Blue Jasmine Green Tea - Loose Leaf

Blue Jasmine Green Tea - Loose Leaf

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Collections: BLENDED GREEN TEAS

Product type: Green Tea

Vendor: Espirita Tea Company

Tags: BLENDED GREEN TEA, GREEN TEA, HIGH ANTI-OXIDANTS, LOW CAFFEINE, WELLNESS

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Origin: China
Grade: Grade A Green Tea Premium Loose Leaf
Anti-Oxidant Health Level: Very High
Caffeine Level: Low
Shelf Life: 20 years unopened, 2 years after opening
Premium Ingredients: Green Tea
Hot Brew Instructions: 80-90ºC, 1 tsp per 1 cup, 1-3 mins
Cold Brew Iced Tea Instructions: 1 tbsp loose leaf tea makes 1L iced tea, add directly to filtered water in a pitcher and leave overnight 6-8 hours covered.

Description: Blue Jasmine Green Tea blend is a steamed green tea which produces a surprising body and a captivating floral taste that is not found in any other natural tea.
Jasmine tea is one of the most pleasant tasting green teas available on the market. On the nose the dry tea has a floral bouquet which literally causes your senses to come alive with pleasant thoughts. The flavour is enhanced with the addition of jasmine blossoms which give the tea a visual appeal few other teas are capable of copying. There are many different grades of jasmine tea. This particular grade is the first grade below the exotic jasmines. It has all the flavor, aroma and good green tea qualities but not the exorbitant price. In China they declare this jasmine tea as "Jasmine #1". The production of jasmine tea is quite interesting. It is important to begin with high quality green tea - tea that has been produced between the middle of March and the middle of May. Equally important for jasmine tea are fine jasmine blossoms - flowers that bloom between the 1st of May and the end of May (these have the most intense aroma). Traditionally, layers of jasmine blossoms were placed between fine green tea. In time the scent of the jasmine permeated the tea. Today, hot air is passed through the jasmine blossoms and then filtered through the tea so that the blossoms can be used more than once. The exhausted blossoms are then used to decorate the tea. Produced in both China and Taiwan, jasmine tea yields a cup with all the concentrated heady bouquet of a garden in bloom.