Got the four-pack sampler for Christmas. Agree with other tasters – way, way too much Jasmine. At least, I assume that’s what it is, since all there is in it is green tea and Jasmine and it wasn’t green tea I tasted. If you like Jasmine/floral flavors, give it a go.

Note: All the ThinkGeek teas have exactly the same preparation instructions – five minutes, boiling water. I used water of a temperature more appropriate for green tea. Didn’t help.

Flavors: Jasmine, Tea

180 °F / 82 °C 5 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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I drank soda, way too much of it, for years. I had to give it up, I can’t stand coffee, so I switched to tea. As with many things I do, I often get carried away.

Notes On Preparation:

More than 90% of the time, I am making my tea in a 20oz stainless steel mug, although I don’t fill it full because it’ll run over the strainer. :) I use a selectable-temperature electric kettle to heat the water. When I say “2tsp” of tea, I mean a flat to heaping spoonful in a “Perfect Tea Spoon,” which despite its name holds two teaspoons worth of tea. If a tea I review is available in loose leaf or teabags, I used the loose leaf unless I say otherwise.





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