I bought this for office tea sessions, and when I put it into cupboard, my boss went to his shelf and told me: “You really like tea, don’t you? You have loads of tea here.” And I have replied: “Well, look at your shelf full of coffee capsules.” “True that.” he replied.
Anyway, sometimes, when I want a green; but with some other notes, I pick up this one. (The other is plain Chinese sencha in tea bags, not bad though!) This one I picked actually because it is jasmine, but with pear! At least they claim so.
They say it is with pear, but sadly it seem the ratio is too low, or it is just too weak to win or tie with strong jasmine. The fruit loses in all points sadly and it is just a normal.. bagged jasmine tea. No fruit. Not in aroma, nor in flavour. Base tea is cheap green tea — so a nondescript, hay. The sencha I mentioned is way more flavourful itself, than base of this tea.