Ginger Jasmine Pear Bi Lo Chun

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Ginger, Green Tea, Jasmine Flowers, Organic Flavours, Pear
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Loose Leaf
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Average preparation
165 °F / 73 °C 2 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “I’m attempting to drink this tea at the moment. I’m glad to see that this tea has already sold out, because unfortunately, I can’t offer a lot of words that I think would encourage someone to buy...” Read full tasting note
  • “This was basically jasmine green tea with a slight fruity edge and a slightly spicy end note. I like jasmine green teas, so this worked for me. And I don’t like ginger, so it worked out that it...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I think I would have loved this without the jasmine. I get a lot of the ginger/pear, and then at the end of the sip, just this taste of FLOWER. Like I just drank a flower shop. To be fair, I’ve...” Read full tasting note
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I’m attempting to drink this tea at the moment. I’m glad to see that this tea has already sold out, because unfortunately, I can’t offer a lot of words that I think would encourage someone to buy this one. I’m just not crazy about it. (Sorry Frank!)

I’m not tasting a lot of pear. I’m not tasting a lot of ginger. I’m tasting jasmine. And it isn’t jasmine notes derived from the presence of the jasmine blossoms in the blend. It’s jasmine essence from jasmine oil. I really think that the people who sell jasmine oil should print on the outside of the bottle “for external use only” because jasmine oil is just not good on tea and I can’t imagine another culinary use that it would be good for.

This blend would be so much better if the jasmine oil wasn’t used and the jasmine was from either the flowers in the blend or if a jasmine scented tea was sourced for this blend. As it is, this just isn’t working for me.

ETA: As it cools, I pick up on more pear and ginger notes. It’s a better tea cold than it is hot. I still taste too much jasmine oil though.

TeaNecromancer

blech, does not sound like my kind of jasmine tea

Sami Kelsh

Oh dear. I can’t really see all of these three working together anyway, but… bleh.

adagio breeze

See, I thought it sounded like it might be tasty, having liked Butiki’s Pear & Jasmine Candies. Sad to hear that it’s not.

LiberTEAS

I think it could have worked if it hadn’t been created using jasmine oil. If a jasmine scented tea had been used instead, this could have worked, I think. But jasmine oil just should not be used on tea. It rarely comes out good.

Chad

I concur.

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This was basically jasmine green tea with a slight fruity edge and a slightly spicy end note. I like jasmine green teas, so this worked for me. And I don’t like ginger, so it worked out that it wasn’t very gingery. Not the most remarkable blend, but certainly tasty if you like jasmine.

Preparation
165 °F / 73 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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I think I would have loved this without the jasmine. I get a lot of the ginger/pear, and then at the end of the sip, just this taste of FLOWER. Like I just drank a flower shop.

To be fair, I’ve never had anything with jasmine before, but I can tell you I’ll be steering clear of it from now on.

Preparation
2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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