Jasmine flowers tea are often used to scent and add flavor to green teas. Jasmine flower tea is one of Chinese herbal tea consists solely of the small and beautiful Jasmine flowers that have yet to open. This produces a caffeine-free and sweet brew.
The use of jasmine flower began around the 1200s, originating in Persia. It is said that it grew popular when it was brought to China during the Tang Dynasty.
Although the plant had only been used for decorative purposes at the beginning, once it was discovered as a therapeutic herb, it quickly grew in recognition and became a staple of trade in Asia. Today, jasmine flower tea continues to be one of the most popular herb available to us, widely enjoyed for both its delicate and refreshing taste as well as for the various health benefits that it can offer. It is commonly used to scent tea like jasmine pearl, jasmine silver needle or as an additive in tea like jasmine flowering tea.
|Origin:||Heng County, Nanning City, Guangxi Province|
|Harvest Date:||May 15, 2020|
|Appearance:||Little plump flower buds|
|Aroma:||Fresh, elegant, delicate floral perfume|
|Liquor:||Clear, bright yellowish|
|Taste:||Mild sweetness, fresh, subtle and soft|
|Tips:||It is recommended to brew with rose herbal tea.|
|Storage:||Store in airtight, opaque packaging; keep refrigerated|
|Teapot: 17oz / 500ml|
|203℉ / 95℃|
|8 Tablespoons / 7g|
|3 steeps: 5mins, 7mins, 10mins|
|* You can improve the taste by changing the amount or adding rock candy, milk, and honey according to your personal preference.|
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