Gold Dragon Jasmine

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Green Tea
Green Tea, Jasmine, Jasmine Flowers
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This certified organic green tea was grown in the Jiangxi Province of China approx. 2500 feet above sea level. The tea leaves are scented with a particularly good jasmine – hence the moniker Gold Dragon (gold means wealth, prosperity, money and dragon means long life and strength). The leaves make for a bright emerald green infusion with exquisite and abundant jasmine aroma.

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I have had a lot of bagged jasmine green tea. When I lived in a university residence, stash Jasmine green tea was my go-to! I also like the instant honey Jasmine tea from the grocery store; it makes an excellent iced tea!

This is my first time trying a simple, loose leaf jasmine green tea. When I smelled it, the jasmine scent was lighter than I liked, but pleasant. I steeped this with boiling water (I think I might need to stop doing this to my green tea leaves! But I like my drinks to be super warm). And let it sit for 4 minutes .

The cool thing about these tea leaves is when I re-steeped them, they still tasted great! So you can have 1-3 cups of it without it significantly subduing the flavour.

My only problem with this tea was that the Jasmine was a bit too light for my taste. I wanted it to be brighter, and a more prominant note. However, this is a good light jasmine. I am going to try cold steeping this and making an iced tea instead.

Flavors: Jasmine

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