If perfection had a name, Jasmine would be it. Every Tea Sommelier’s sweetheart, this is one of the oldest green teas in history and has a special mention in Japanese Legends which swear by the healing and therapeutic properties of Jasmine Tea. Unwind yourself with a book, a cozy comforter and a cup of Jasmine tea and let the heady aroma fill you inside out. Happy Me Time to you!
Caffeine Content: Low
Ingredients: Jasmine flowers, Green Tea
TASTE NOTES: Jasmine green tea has a delicate and subtle flavor profile with notes of sweet floral, a fresh finish and a perfumed aroma
Brewing Guide (Hot)
Step 1- Heat water to the desired temperature. Place the chamomile leaves in the infuser.
Step 2- Pour the hot water over the leaves until they are submerged.
Step 3- Let it steep for the recommended time. Take care not to over steep.
Step 4- Remove the chamomile leaves. Pour into the cup and enjoy.
( For 1 cup = 200 ml of tea )
|Green||1 tsp||80 °C||3 mins|
|Black||1 tsp||100°C||4 mins|
|White||1 tsp||85°C||5 mins|
|Oolong||1 tsp||85°C||3 mins|
|Herbal||1 tsp||80°C||3 mins|
1 tsp = 2 gms of tea.
* Ingredients included in the tea are known to contribute to the mentioned health benefits. These statements have not been evaluated by licensed medical bodies and are not intended to diagnose , treat, cure or prevent any disease.