Jasmine flower tea is an exotically scented, sensually delicious aromatic tea. The most common variety is jasmine green tea. Jasmine green tea is made by blending green tea leaves of Camellia Sinensis plant with jasmine flowers buds. Since it is one of the world’s most popular teas, you can probably guess that getting high-quality jasmine tea is not a simple process. It actually requires some meticulous work on the part of farmers, shippers and processors.
This Jasmine flower tea is a luxury, purely handpicked by Tea2you’s very own specialists at the tea estates to give you nothing less than the royal taste of tea. Our selection of green teas are sourced directly from single garden producers in the mountains of Himalaya. From the finest hand-picked, orthodox tea leaves, grown and processed with traditional techniques, we’ve curated a stunning variety and range of flavour for you to discover, even within this single tea type.
Tasting Notes: An everyday green tea with robust fresh notes and slight savouriness paired against a background floral sweetness from the jasmine flower. The resulting aroma and taste subtly sweet and amazing fragrant.
Harvest: Depending upon the nature of green tea since it is blended
Origin: Darjeeling, India from the Foothills of the Himalayas.
Altitude: 6800 feet app
Sourced: Direct from the small farmer, organically grown, 95% of our teas certified by Rain forest Alliance
Use 1 teaspoon per cup / Small teapot (1-2 Teaspoon)
No metal or plastic strainer, tea needs a freedom
Heat water to roughly 95°C/203°F
Pour boil water into the cup on top of the tea leaves
Add a dash of cold water
Steep for 2-4 minutes and enjoy
Interesting Fact: You can re-infuse Tea2you’s teas two to three times (consumed within a day) Jasmine Flower Tea is a floral, hot (or cold/iced)
Our Jasmine teas have a delicate scent with a bright finish and made for a gentle palate cleanser and can be sipped in between meals.
Please Save our Climate:Please don’t throw the used tea leaves into the bin, they aid to good composting. Tea2you follows the 3R rule.