Grape Jasmine Tea

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From Seven Teahouse

Delight in the unique fusion of flavors with our Grape Jasmine Tea. Each box from Seven Teahouse serves up ten premium tea bags, offering a balance of floral jasmine and sweet grape. This intriguing blend can be relished hot or iced, introducing a versatile, potentially health-boosting addition to your tea repertoire.

Flavor Profile: Sweetness of grapes & Floral Jasmine

Base Tea: Jasmine Tea

Health Notes: Digestive aid and Reduce stress

Recommendation: Morning

Origin: Fujian, China

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For pretty much as long as I’ve been a tea drinker I’ve been saying that jasmine teas always taste like grapes to me, so when I saw that Seven Teahouse had a grape jasmine blend I kind of lost my fucking mind. I just needed to taste it.

Here’s the thing. The grape oolong from Seven Teahouse is far superior to this. It’s better balanced, and the mix of naturally floral oolong with their particular grape flavouring is more complimentary. However, on a deeply personal level, this was more satisfying. It tastes exactly like the grape note I always pick out of jasmine teas but amplified ten fold.

I’m not huge on jasmine teas in the first place (especially on green tea bases), and I thought that overall this was a bit too intensely flavoured but it did blow my mind a little bit to see that rather obscure tasting note/flavour comparison that I’ve been trying to explain to other tea drinkers really get highlighted in such a direct way. Like, I kind of want to take the rest of the teabags of it and bring it to the office to make all my coworkers drink just so I can be like “This! This is what I taste every time!

It gets an automatic yes for “would you recommend this tea” for that alone.

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