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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 15 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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From Whittard of Chelsea

Jasmine flowers are picked at dusk when their scent is headiest and then layered with long leaves of fine green tea. Overnight, the tea breathes in their perfume, capturing the petals’ powerful sweetness to give our blend its full yet soft aroma. The result is a tea of beauty and elegance that will captivate your senses.

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111 tasting notes

A great taste for a cold, rainy day.

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200 tasting notes

It’s hardly brilliant. I made a pot of it earlier and was happy with it but it doesn’t compare with the pearl jasmine tea I have at the moment. It does have its advantages though… it comes in a bag!

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1843 tasting notes

This tea is dismal.

The base was very hay… old hay with some notes which were really off too. Jasmine? Some floral notes were there, but I am not that sure about jasmine. Moreover it tasted bit artficial and caused little headache too.

Tea base wasn’t one of the best too. Not only the notes above, but it was bitter and cheap taste too. That is surprising for me considering it is Whittard!

Flavors: Artificial, Floral, Hay

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML

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15662 tasting notes

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I doubled up on the teabags from Scheherazade because I made a very large, 16 oz. mug of this last night – I was experiencing some insomnia and thought the jasmine would be relaxing and help me sleep. It just tasted really ‘cheap’ and chemical to me – and no, not just because this is a bagged tea.

Despite not loving the jasmine notes I actually liked the green tea used in it though; it was light and buttery with a peachyness to it that I found really pleasant. If anything in the blend relaxed me and helped me get some sleep it was that aspect of the tea.

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2238 tasting notes

Warm and spring-like weather, to me, is perfectly suited to Jasmine tea. Hence, today was the perfect opportunity to give these tea bags a try! I used 1 bag (which looks to contain maybe 1.5tsp of leaf), and gave it 2 minutes in water cooled to around 180 degrees. While tea bags have the advantage of convenience, they can suffer in terms of the quality of the leaf. This looks to be the case here, as the bag contains primarily very fine-shred fannings. No variety is specified for the green tea, either, so I can only assume it to be a blend. The resulting liquor is a medium yellow, the scent lightly floral.

To taste, this one comes across as a very mild, light, jasmine flavoured green tea. The initial sip is a primarily a smooth, slightly buttery green. There’s a tiny bit of bite towards the end of the sip, almost verging on bitterness, but it’s actually quite pleasant in that it gives what is a very mild-tasting tea a little texture and depth. It doesn’t impact on the overall flavour, which is fairly sweet and floral, too much.

The jasmine emerges in the mid-sip, and adds a sweet, floral accord. It’s not a heavy, perfumey jasmine, and it’s by no means overpowering. It’s still possible to taste the green tea base underneath, and it really just gives a taster of what jasmine as a flavouring can add to a tea. It fades fairly quickly and doesn’t leave much of a lasting impression.

Read my full review here: http://sororiteasisters.com/2015/05/01/jasmine-green-tea-whittard-chelsea/

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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1379 tasting notes

I visited a Whittard of Chelsea store today in Trentham, Stoke On Trent and my mother treated me to a few bits. One of which is a beautiful love heart mug that is larger than your average mug and will be my new best friend. To christen her (I think my mug is a female anyway) I chose this Jasmine green tea that I already had prior to my visit. I also got some other tea samples that I haven’t tried such as Sleepy Time instant tea and Very, Very, Berry blend but also I got a cold tea steeper which I’m looking forward to using. It cost £20 and it looks like a wine bottle, you put the leaves into the glass bottle and clip on a silicone top with built in strainer and after a few hours in the fridge it’s ready. It will be great to take to my craft/cross stitch club.

The tea is light yet very sweet and the Jasmine is smooth. Delicate and soft, very easy to drink. The green tea is also very mild though there is a grassy flavour in the after taste. It’s a little too light for me, next time I will try putting two teabags into my large mug. Oh well, for now it’s pleasant enough.

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15 tasting notes

A bit more astringent than I expected (esp. since the water I steeped it in was extra cool to avoid burning it). The blossoms in the tea are large and pretty. Will try again later to see if maybe I made a steeping error, but so far not blown away.

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35 tasting notes

Chineese Green Tea scented with Jasmine comes in 125g/4oz pack
Loose or enveloped Tea bags.
This Tea tastes malty and has a nice green colour.

180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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