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      What Is A Quality Vanilla Jasmine Tea Garden?

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      The vast majority of those who drink tea have tasted at least one
      variety of jasmine tea. However, vanilla jasmine tea, one of the
      most flavorful varieties of jasmine tea, is less familiar. But,
      you'll not find a more delicious blend of tea than vanilla
      jasmine in terms of both flavor and aroma.

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      What Is A Quality Vanilla Jasmine Tea Garden?
      Copyright (c) 2007 Marcus Stout
      Golden Moon Tea

      The vast majority of those who drink tea have tasted at least one
      variety of jasmine tea. However, vanilla jasmine tea, one of the
      most flavorful varieties of jasmine tea, is less familiar. But,
      you'll not find a more delicious blend of tea than vanilla
      jasmine in terms of both flavor and aroma.

      Jasmine is the most popular botanical for blending with tea, but
      combining it with vanilla is a logical, yet rare combination.
      Jasmine tea is China's most popular flavored tea, and most
      jasmine tea is produced in China, typically using green tea
      leaves. However, jasmine tea, whether flavored with vanilla or
      not, is produced in every tea producing country in the world and
      can be made from any variety of tea.

      Vanilla jasmine tea is not nearly as common as plain jasmine tea,
      so it is not as easy to find. And, since it can be made from
      every variety of tea in every country, it can come in a wide
      variety of qualities, too.

      To a large extent, the quality of the tea you purchase is
      determined by the quality of the garden in which it's grown.
      Growing tea is hard work, and careful attention must be paid to
      the details in order to produce the finest quality teas. In
      addition, to make the best vanilla jasmine tea, the gardener must
      use quality botanicals for combining with the tea. The best
      vanilla jasmine tea gardens have skilled tea artisans who are
      experienced in producing vanilla jasmine blends along with the
      other teas they produce.

      Tending a quality tea garden, regardless of the variety of tea,
      is a year round job. The first work of the tea growing season
      begins in March, when the tea plants are pruned one last time
      before the first harvest begins. Then, in April or May, the tea
      begins being harvested. Vanilla jasmine tea made from the first
      plucking of the year will be the best for the entire growing
      season. This is because the tea leaves are the most tender during
      the spring. In the case of white jasmine tea, there is only one
      plucking each year, as white tea is, by definition a spring tea,
      plucked just once each year.

      Once the first harvest is plucked, the tea is processed based on
      the variety of tea. White and green tea leaves will be simply
      dried and then fired or steamed before being blended with the
      jasmine petals and the vanilla bean and extract. Oolong teas will
      be fermented for a short period of time along with the drying
      process before they're blended with the jasmine petals and
      vanilla. Black tea will be fully fermented and processed before
      the leaves are flavored with jasmine and vanilla.

      One of the most important aspects of a quality jasmine tea garden
      lies in the quality of the jasmine blossoms and vanilla that are
      used and the blending expertise. The tea artisan must be
      experienced in blending the tea to ensure that the tea leaves are
      infused with just the right amount of jasmine and vanilla to
      produce the perfect flavor and aroma.

      During the rest of the year, the tea garden must be tended to
      keep it at its best. In addition to harvesting the tea, the tea
      plants must be regularly weeded during the summer months. Then,
      in the fall, the plants must be fertilized, since this is when
      they grow the fastest. In October, the tea plants will be pruned
      in preparation for the winter.

      Then throughout the winter, the tea gardener must watch any tea
      plants under four years of age, ensuring that they are protected
      from the cold.

      You have many choices in vanilla jasmine tea. Depending upon the
      variety of the tea based used to make it; vanilla jasmine tea can
      have different flavors. Jasmine tea made with green tea will
      taste very refreshing and natural with a mild grassy flavor that
      is slightly sweet with a bold vanilla flavor and deep jasmine
      fragrance. Vanilla jasmine tea produced from white tea will be
      very light in color, mild and sweet.

      The vanilla will be the most noticeable flavor, and the jasmine
      scent will be the overpowering aroma. Oolong jasmine tea will be
      fruity and aromatic with the subtle scent of jasmine and a
      vanilla sweetness. Finally, black vanilla jasmine tea will
      contain the most subtle fragrance and flavor of the jasmine and
      vanilla, because of the stronger taste of the tea. Because there
      are so many blends and flavors associated with black tea, vanilla
      jasmine tea made from black tea can be the most varied in flavor.
      The tea will be largely affected by the region of the world where
      the tea is grown.

      The best tea gardens can produce any tea that they grow to be
      high quality and flavorful. To choose a great vanilla jasmine
      tea, ensure that your tea vendor purchases his vanilla jasmine
      tea from a garden that is dedicated to producing quality teas,
      and that has the skill and experience to create a perfect vanilla
      jasmine blend each and every time. Then choose your vanilla
      jasmine tea based on quality and you're sure to love it whether
      it's a black, white, green or oolong vanilla jasmine tea.

      Marcus Stout is President of the Golden Moon
      Tea Company. For more information about tea,
      green tea (http://www.goldenmoontea.com/blacktea)
      and black tea go to http://www.goldenmoontea.com

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