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My temporary job offers bottled drinks and snacks for free. They were low on beverages towards the end of the day. I’m not often a fan of jasmine tea, but I settled for this.
Oh wow, they got just the right amount of jasmine flavor in this, and probably a high-quality source. Jasmine often tastes perfumey to me in teas, but not in this one. The jasmine flavor comes out near the end of the sip, and right at the end of the sip, it’s almost rosy. Good job, Teas’ Tea! I looked at the bottle for more info, and I am not surprised it’s an Ito En brand. I love their Oi Ocha!
Flavors: Floral, Jasmine, Rose
Got this for free at my local grocery store with a promotional coupon, so I figured, why not? I drank it yesterday, so this is a backlogged note.
I’ll preface this review by admitting that this is not the kind of oolong I prefer— I like oolongs that lean more toward the black tea side than the green tea side. And the list of ingredients says that this is a blend of green and white tea. But, again, it was free.
I poured it into a glass over ice. The colder it got, the better it tasted. It has a mild flavor, slightly bitter aftertaste. Overall, a fairly weak blend. I suspect it’s under-leafed during the manufacturing process. Still, it’s not bad as far as premade bottled options go; it’ll do in a pinch or during a road trip. I did appreciate that it wasn’t loaded down with 40 grams of sugar like many other commercial bottled iced teas.
I like this amount of sweetness. It is just enough that is is extremely drinkable, but not enough like a juice or soda. Green tea is just on the verge before it becomes astringent, but it balances the sweet very well.
Flavors: Berry, Blueberry, Fruit Punch, Fruity, Red Fruits, Sugarcane, Sweet, Tree Fruit
Trying to get back in the swing of drinking and reviewing teas. I HAVE been drinking tea, just haven’t been telling you guys about it!
I won some Tea’s Tea a few years ago, and haven’t really seen them since. But I found this a few weeks ago in my grocery store and wanted to give it another go. Just like last time, I’m always surprised that this isn’t extremely sweet, even though I’m pretty sure it says that on the bottle.
There isn’t a ton of flavor, but there is enough for it to not be water. The jasmine gets a bit bitter at the end of the sip, but overall this is a nice iced tea
It’s been a while since I’ve reviewed anything on here! I’ve been really busy with my EMT class, and its finally coming to an end. Monday is the final, and then I just have clinicals. The review for the final is a 90 page word document!
However, I wanted to take a break to talk about this and a few other things. I won this, a bottle of Half & Half Green tea with Lemonade, and a Tea’s Tea bag from Awkward Soul through her giveaway on her Oolong Owl blog. Thanks so much, Awkward Soul and Tea’s Tea! I’ve already had the tea with lemonade. I wasn’t sure if I should make a new thing just for that, so I’ll just say my thoughts here first. I enjoyed it! I’ve had a few different brands of tea with lemonade. This one was pretty good and seemed less in your face sugary, though still sweet. There wasn’t anything that reeeally stood out, but I still enjoyed it.
As for this tea, I was really surprised and enjoyed it a lot! Bottled/canned teas have trained me to expect things that are slightly tea flavored, but mostlt sugar and juice. Even though this says “unsweetened” in big letters right across the top, I was still braced for a sugar punch to the face. I was so surprised it almost tasted bad at first, because I wasn’t expecting it! After I got over that shock, I was able to actually try the tea. The green tea is the main flavor to me. The jasmine is there, but subtle. It’s handled well and not overwhelming at all, for those people who are sensitive to floral flavors. Overall, I really enjoyed this! I’ll have to look into more bottled teas, and see if anywhere nearby sells Tea’s Tea products
A review of Green White Tea by Teas’ Tea
I had this drink today and it is without caffeine and has a very subtle grassy flavor for an after taste. It is dry and crisp like white wine yet sharp, not unlike white cheddar. I mean it is a most tender and delicate cup of ice tea. And it does not quench one’s thirst. This tea should be drunk for indulgence in wanting something cold and dry.
I think this would be a great tea to have with cheese and grapes; as they are all very similar; one has these things when wanting to have a snack.
Bought at a Japanese market. I’m always on a quest for a good bottled tea, and at $1.69 this is pricey, but not excessively so. I grabbed it out of the refrigerated section so it’s nice and cold.
Green Jasmine is very refreshing. It’s literally just jasmine tea – no extra sugar or honey or random “flavors” added – with the floral notes of jasmine dominating. It doesn’t have a strong aroma, but what you can smell is (of course!) flowery. The green tea provides a nice complement to the flowers, making a very balanced flavor, but they are so well blended that it’s difficult to distinguish flavor components.
The only other bottled jasmine tea I’ve had has been Adagio’s Jasmine Anteadote (which I’ve logged if you want to read about it) which had a much stronger floral flavor. Green Jasmine leaves a slightly bitter note in the aftertaste, but it’s very satisfying overall.