Jasmine Green Tea Organic
Jasmine tea is mainly made from green tea, and fresh jasmine is added through a complex tanning process. The tea leaves fully absorb the natural aroma of jasmine. After brewing in boiling water, the flowers become more fragrant, with a slightly bitter and sweet taste.
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Origin: Heng County, Guangxi
Caffeine Level: Low, <10% of a typical cup of coffee (per serving)
Our Jasmine tea is obtained from Heng county which is located in Guangxi Province in China. Even though Heng County is small in size, Jasmine has been grown there for the last 400 years. More than 60% of the world’s supply of Jasmine comes from Heng County.
This photo was taken at the foot of a mountain in Heng County. The jasmine plant is grown organically without the use of any fertilizers. Jasmine is best harvested between the months of July and September. However, Jasmine takes a long time to bloom and can bloom anytime between March to October.
Drinking Jasmine tea always makes for a relaxing experience. Moreover, it is a beverage that is well suited for consumption during breaks because it can help you refocus and relax. The fragrance of Jasmine tea is pleasant and the taste of the tea itself is smooth and delicate, with a thick and creamy aftertaste. We highly recommend Jasmine tea if you are looking for a refreshing tea to drink during those long days at work or school.
- Tea leaf: 4-5 g / 0.14-0.17 oz
- Water temperature: 90-100 °C / 194-212 °F
- Steep for 2 minutes and test the flavor every 30 seconds to suit your taste preferences.
- Boosts Energy
- Aids in Weight Loss
- Protects Cardiovascular Health
- Stress Relief
- Reduce Risk of Type 2 Diabetes
- Improves Immune System
- Alleviates Aches and Pains
- Benefits Skin