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Jasmine tea is consumed in China, where it is called jasmine-flower tea .
Jasminum sambac flowers are also used to make so-called jasmine
tea, which often has a base of green tea, but sometimes an Oolong
base is used. Flowers and tea are "mated" in machines that control
temperature and humidity. It takes four hours or so for the tea to
absorb the fragrance and flavour of the jasmine blossoms, and for
the highest grades, this process may be repeated as many as seven
times. Because the tea has absorbed moisture from the flowers, it
must be refired to prevent spoilage. The spent flowers may or may
not be removed from the final product, as the flowers are
completely dry and contain no aroma. Giant fans are used to blow
away and remove the petals from the denser tea leaves. If present,
they simply add visual appeal and are no indication of the quality
of the tea.
Jasmine tea can help prevent against a variety of severe illnesses
including heart disease, diabetes and cancer. Thanks to high
concentrations of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties,
jasmine tea can also help promote beautiful, healthy skin and boost
your immune system.
With a delicious flavor profile that is anything but boring,
jasmine tea has a lot to offer. Adding jasmine tea into your
regimen with just a cup or two a day can help you live a healthy,
happy lifestyle. Discover the fascinating origins, taste profile
and health benefits of jasmine tea.
High Grade Dragon pearls Jasmine Tea
Jasmine Scented Green tea
anti-aging, slimming, detox, beauty
3~6g per serve
Prevent from sunshine, -5 centi degree, air-tight
teapot, tea cup / mug, water bottle
250g per sealed alunminium / kraft bag or per customers' required.
Pyramid tea bag, OEM / ODM packages are accepted
How to Brew Jasmine Tea
Most jasmine tea bags and loose leaf varieties will come with
instructions on how to brew since the process can vary depending on
the tea. Temperatures and steeping times are the most likely
components to change when using different jasmine teas. In general
though, you should use the following procedure:
Step 1: Prepare Tea Leaves
If you are using a tea bag, you can jump to the next step. For
loose leaf tea varieties, generally use about 2 grams for every 8
ounces of water.
Step 2: Boil the Water
Jasmine tea is best brewed with pure or filtered water to allow
flavors to develop properly. Aim for a water temperature between
160 F and 180 F. Since jasmine tea is made using true teas, boiling
the water too hot can result in a bitter taste.
Step 3: Steep
Jasmine tea should be steeped for anywhere from 30 seconds to 3
minutes depending on how the tea was produced. It's useful to keep
the lid on a teapot or tea vessel during steeping to keep heat