Recent Examples of jasmine from the Web
The pink drink is made using a blend of Teavana jasmine tea called Joyful Medley, flavored with orange, peach, apple, and strawberry.
Pampasgrass and Asian jasmine were both frozen by the cold.
The heart is jasmine sambac, gardenia blossom (Kim loves her gardenia!), and coconut water.
No, this one felt like your typical lightweight moisturizer, but with a faint floral scent, thanks to lily, rose, and jasmine extracts.
Slowly whisk olio saccharine into green jasmine tea (as hot as possible).
Linking the flavor and scent of jasmine to familiar foods can be a good way to adopt the habit of drinking tea, says Scalise.
Turner suggests geraniums, Arabian jasmine, eucalyptus, gardenias, corsage orchids, and Cuban oregano.
That absolut—created with hundreds of thousands of jasmine flowers—is what makes the L'Or Essence de Parfum so special.
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