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Midnight Jasmine

Midnight Jasmine

Midnight Jasmine
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The most popular jasmine green tea, with a delicate clean taste and the subtle aroma of jasmine blossoms.

Ingredients: Tea (Camelia Sinensis)
25g (8-15 cups of tea)
$3.95
50g (16-30 cups of tea)
$6.95
100g (35-65 cups of tea)
$10.95
500g (165-300 cups of tea)
$45.95
2kg (670-1300 cups of tea)
$155.95
75g Tin - Loose leaf (30-35 cups of tea)
$11.95

Instructions

  • Serving Size: 2.5g /cup
  • Steeping Temp: 78°C
  • Steeping Time: 2 mins.
  • Certification: Organic
  • Origin: China
  • Caffeine: Medium Light

Midnight Jasmine

Prepared by infusing green tea leaves with night-blooming jasmine flowers for several consecutive nights, Jasmine tea is one of the best known China Green teas, originating from the Song Dynasty around 1000CE. Cultivated at altitudes over 1500ft, this popular tea has a clean and delicate taste with the subtle yet exquisite aroma of jasmine blossoms, reminiscent of summery evenings and gentle breezes.

Story, Folklore, History...

The Birth of the Jasmine Blossom:Kama, the Indian God of Love, often adorns his arrows with fragrant flowers including jasmine blossoms to better pierce the hearts and desires of this targets. It is said in Hindu Mythology, that in a fight between Shiva and Kama (the God of Love), Kama dropped his bow and it broke into five pieces, each piece becoming different trees, one of which transforms into the five-petalled white Jasmine.

Tasting Notes

Certification: Organic
Grade or Quality: Leaf
Aroma: Jasmine, earthy
Infusion Aroma: Faint jasmine
Infusion Color: Amber
Base flavor: Jasmine, light citrus finish
Infusion Strength: Medium

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the jasmine is not overpowering.
you can taste both the jasmine and the green tea.
it’s a light tasting green tea with a nice floral scent and taste.

Submitted on May 5, 2018 by matty2203
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Definitely one of the best jasmine green tea

Submitted on April 4, 2018 by Kiki27
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This is a fantastic jasmine green tea! Not perfumey tasting as some can be, this is great quality. The green tea flavour and jasmine blend very well together, neither overpowering the other. Perfect! <3

Submitted on January 1, 2018 by ForestWitch
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A lovely flavour, light and nourishing.

Submitted on May 5, 2015 by JanniesTeaCo
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Really good Jasmine tea. Would recommend to all that love Jasmine Tea

Submitted on April 4, 2015 by perkscoffee
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Excellent clarity, this is what green tea should taste like!

Submitted on February 2, 2015 by Pasu
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This has to be the tastiest Jasmine I have ever had. It’s just the right balance of jasmine & tea, one flavour doesn’t overpower the other, they just melt into each other to make a wonderful afternoon tea!

Submitted on January 1, 2015 by Nutopia
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Nice and light flavour. Keeps me refreshed all day as I don’t drink coffee for that purpose. My only issue with it is that the leaves are too thin…

Submitted on July 7, 2013 by teenuja
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Good flavor, but small delicate leaves.  I like to let my leaves steep in the bottom of my cup, so the pearls are a better choice for me.

Submitted on May 5, 2013 by keener

From the Shanti Canada Tea Blog:

How to steep green tea properly

How to steep green tea properly - by Shanti Tea

In our workshops we come across a lot of people who didn’t previously realize that steeping time and water temperature affect the taste of tea drastically. Just a difference of 15 seconds, or a temperature variance of as little as 2 degrees can make the difference between an exquisite cup of tea and an awfully bitter tea experience.

Green tea, White Tea, and Oolong Tea

Using boiling water to steep tea only works well for black teas and herbal ‘teas’. For green, white, and oolong teas, boiling water can burn the tea leaves and make the tea very bitter. Generally there is a range between 75C and 85C for green, white, and oolong teas (see our specific tea product pages for temperature guidelines), but of course most people do not have a thermometer ready to measure water temperature; instead, they will simply wait for the kettle to whistle, then pour water onto the leaves. Again, this is fine for black teas and herbal teas, but there are a few tricks you can use to make sure that your water is closer to the appropriate temperature for your tea.

Method 1: Letting your...

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