June Jasmine Green Tea Blend - Dried Jasmine | Citron | Wildflower Honey | Smooth | Sublime

June Jasmine Green represents “Jestha” or June in Nepal when the fragrant jasmine blossoms are in full bloom. This tea is made of a blend of high-quality whole leaf green tea, jasmine blossoms, and dried orange peel. The pale gold liquor is accented by notes of dried jasmine, citron, and wildflower honey. As it is enjoyed, aromatic notes of gardenia and honeysuckle make this tea even more captivating.

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Steeping Instructions

One heaping teaspoon of tea per 8 ounce cup. Cool boiling water for 3 minutes, then steep tea 1 - 2 minutes.

Green Tea

Green Tea

1 - 2 Minutes
160°

160°

Brewing Temp
Monsoon
Summer Flush
Caffeine Strength
Caffeine Strength 2
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    AW
    12/31/2021
    Ann W.
    United States United States

    June Jasmine Green Tea Blend

    This is a light tasting green tea. I enjoy the fragrance of jasmine, very relaxing. Thank you for such lovely teas.

    12/31/2021

    Nepali Tea Traders

    Dear Ann, Thank you so much for your great feedback and for supporting NTT. We truly appreciate it. We hope you continue to enjoy our teas from Nepal.

    CB
    05/13/2016
    Christina, B.

    June Jasmine

    One thing the description above doesn’t mention is that this blend contains orange peel in addition to jasmine. I’ve imagined for a while that orange and jasmine would be a match made in heaven, so when I saw that this tea was part of the Amoda sale, I had to give it a try! The thing that I was immediately struck by when I first opened the envelope was just how visible the jasmine was in the blend. Mixed in with the dark green strands of leaf and chunks of dried orange peel were whole flowers. Huge! Like this: However, the leaf didn’t smell like the perfumed onslaught I was expecting. Instead, it smelled mild, slightly vegetal, and slightly floral. This lightness and gentleness held up upon brewing. I took a big heaping spoonful and steeped it for 2 minutes in 70°C water, as directed on the package. I was worried that this would lead to a weak, nothing-flavoured tea, but I was mistaken — the resulting liquid was a pleasing orange-yellow colour that signalled good things. And, yup, the taste was just like the dried leaf — mild, gently sweet, and with a texture and softness in the mouth that reminded me of baby powder (in a good way). The jasmine flavour here is wispy and feather-light. Surprisingly pleasant! I didn’t get any orange, but I’m still in love with how gentle the whole thing is.