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Jasmine tea is made by sprinkling jasmine flowers over green tea leaves, which absorb the...

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Jasmine tea is made by sprinkling jasmine flowers over green tea leaves, which absorb the flowery aroma. Jasmine Tea is the oldest scented tea in history.

Pairing the finest green teas with exotic jasmine blooms, it’s a wonderfully floral tea that looks, smells and tastes extraordinary. 

Flavour Profile

  • floral, 
  • sweet, 
  • perfumed, 
  • fresh, 
  • blossomed, 
  • Dewy,
  • bouquet, 
  • fragrant, 
  • delicate and subtle.

Jasmine tea nutrition contains benefits both from the scent of the aromatic jasmine blossoms as well as from the Camellia Sinensis tea base. White tea, green tea, and black tea all also contain unique benefits.

Some of the many benefits to drinking jasmine tea include:

Calming and relaxing - Tea scented with jasmine has been shown to have a calming, sedative effect that can help you to relax. Green, white, and black teas also contain l-theanine, a unique compound present in tea that can help to reduce anxiety and stress.

Improves mental clarity and alertness - Jasmine tea has also been shown to help increase alertness and attention. Black tea, white tea, and green tea also contain a mild to moderate amount of caffeine, which can help to increase energy and boost brainpower.

Boosts immune system - Green tea can help to boost your immune system and keep you healthy. These teas contain catechins that can ward off illnesses like the flu and the common cold.

Reduces inflammation - Black, green, and white teas have also been shown to help reduce inflammation. A soothing cup of jasmine tea can provide relief from temporary aches and pains.

Aids in digestion - Drinking jasmine tea can also aid in digestion and help soothe stomach troubles.

High in antioxidants - All tea made from the camellia sinensis plant is high in antioxidants. Antioxidants work to reduce harmful free radicals in the body and promote cellular health. 

Although the most common type of jasmine tea is jasmine green tea, white jasmine tea, jasmine oolong, and jasmine black tea also exist.

How to make Hot Jasmine Tea

STEP 1: Boil water.

STEP 2: Warm up the teapot.

STEP 3: Put jasmine tea into a teapot and add hot water.

STEP 4: Cover teapot and steep for 3 minutes.

STEP 5: Strain jasmine leaves and pour hot tea into a teacup