Good green jasmine?

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Dec 26th, '07, 13:31
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Good green jasmine?

by go green » Dec 26th, '07, 13:31

Anyone know of a good green jasmine?

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by Chip » Dec 26th, '07, 15:13

Dragon pearl jasmines seem to be the best. Adagio has one worth trying. Try one from a vendor you trust. Ask to make sure it is authentic scented and not a flavored jasmine tea...which is disgusting.

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by KrazzyJoe » Dec 26th, '07, 15:53

Tao of Tea. I haven't had these ones but the white tip jasmine pearls and everything else I've tried from them is fantastic.

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by Jade Flower » Dec 28th, '07, 15:24

Jazz Mint from SpecialTeas.
It isn't pure jasmine tea, it's a blend of mint and jasmine to be exact but it's so delicious I want to recommend it here... It's definetely worth giving a try if you like jasmin.

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