Jasmine Sunset Green

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Green Herbal Rooibos Blend
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  • “Trying to catch up on reading tasting notes at some point!  I noticed today that Maya Tea is discontinuing many of their teas, and by the time you read this, they will probably be out of stock. ...” Read full tasting note
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An attempt to capture the spring beauty of a Tucson sunset in a cup, Jasmine Sunset is as the title suggests, bursting with individuality and zest. Floral Jasmine Green Tea is infused with nutty Rooibos, a red bush tea from South Africa. The citrus zing of Lemon verbena and spicy ginger are splashed across the palette for an exquisite and aromatic bite, then gently rounded out with the body of orange. Served well for a relaxing evening or an after-dinner drink, enjoy the sunset in a cup!

Jasmine Special Grade Green Tea, Rooibos Herbal Tea, Ginger Root, All Natural Flavor, Lemon Verbena.

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Trying to catch up on reading tasting notes at some point!  I noticed today that Maya Tea is discontinuing many of their teas, and by the time you read this, they will probably be out of stock.  (Banana Macaroon went fast.)  I wasn’t planning on buying any more tea right now, so didn’t. Many of the teas on clearance are teas I bought samples of and haven’t even tried yet, so I guess I should make an effort.  
This is an odd one.  The base: rooibos and green tea.  But looking at it, it looks like black tea is mixed in, and since it tastes like a barbeque sauce, my mind goes to lapsang… or maybe that’s the rooibos. I taste no jasmine whatsoever… really it’s that flavor that is like orange that is supposed to be jasmine flavoring.  But there is also orange here, so who knows.  I like the “sunset” in the name – makes me think of a big ol’ orange.  The second steep takes on that bubblegum flavor.  So, eh, not the blend I imagined but I should have known better.  So maybe they shouldn’t have even marketed this as “jasmine” and it would have done better.  And then there is a drying to mouth sort of thing happening, which isn’t pleasant on a hot day. Not really thirst quenching. Hey, it was $1. Would I buy it again for $1? No.
Steep #1 // 1 1/2 teaspoons // 30 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep
Steep #2 // 30 min after boiling // 4 min

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