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Case of six 3.5-ounce tins of loose tea (total of 21 ounces)
Select green tea leaves layered with freshly picked jasmine blossoms
Mild and refreshing with a pale golden color
Packaged in an attractive, reusable tin
Delicate blend with an alluring aroma; natural source of antioxidants
Green tea is known for its smooth flavor and refreshing taste. Green teas are made from leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, the same leaves as black tea. Green teas go through a process where the leaves are heated to prevent oxidation while black teas are oxidized for additional color and flavor. Twinings' Jasmine Green Tea is layered with freshly picked jasmine flowers, allowing the tea leaves to absorb the delicate fragrance. The result is a mild and refreshing tea with an alluring aroma. Jasmine green tea is pure and natural refreshing green tea lightly scented with jasmine flowers for a delicate fragrance.
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11 of 13 found the following review helpful:
A Rich Flower Garden in Bloom. Jun 29, 2006
By Themis-Athena A Ming Dynasty (AD 1368 - 1644) creation believed to lower cholesterol and promote longevity, jasmine tea consists of Chinese green tea leaves - usually green teas from Fujian province, which is also home to the semi-fermented Oolong and smoky Lapsang Souchong - scented with jasmine flowers. Traditionally, the flowers are harvested during the day and stored in a cool place until nightfall, when they develop their full fragrance. They are then layered over the tea leaves, which have previously been steamed or heated to prevent their oxidation. The tea's quality is determined both by the quality of the green tea used as its base and by the effectiveness of the scenting process. Brewed, it has a delicate, silvery color and a rich fragrance reminiscent of a flower garden in bloom.
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
delicious and aromatic May 24, 2007
By Hedera Femme Loose leaf tea is nearly always better than the smaller grained tea bag sort, and Twinings Jasmine loose tea is no exception. Sometimes Jasmine tea can taste a little bitter, though, so be sure the water is hot, but not too hot (i.e. not quite boiling--give it a little time to cool before adding to leaves). It may take the slightest bit more of work, but gaining the full flavor and aroma of the larger leaves is well worth the effort. If you like the flavor and/or benefits of green tea, this will be a nice addition to the collection.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Stale to the point of bitterness, even when brewed properly. Aug 01, 2009
By Alesia There isn't any advantage to buying in bulk when the tea you buy is stale and bitter from the first time the can is opened. I'm going back to buying this otherwise-delicious tea one can at the time from the local grocer. At least I know the stuff hasn't been sitting in a warehouse for months (which is what this tea tastes like).
Twinins Jasmine Green loose leaf tea Feb 04, 2013
By Beverly J. Ott Once you start drinking loose leaf tea, you'll never go back to tea bags. Ordering it on line was easy to find, reasonably priced and arrive within a few days.
Twinings Jasmine Green Tea, Loose Tea, 3.53-Ounce Tins (Pack of 6 Jan 10, 2013
By Susan J. Smith I drink jasmine green tea all day long and many times a day.This tea is good quality and flavourful. I'll buy it again. It arrived well packed and is very fresh.