Classed by the Chinese as Jasmine Number 1, a grade just below the exotic jasmines, this green tea has all the flavour, aroma and great qualities you would expect of such a prized tea. The secret is high quality green tea and fine jasmine blossoms which only bloom in May when they produce the most intense aroma.
The 100gr Loose Leaf Teas are vacuum packed in aluminium foil and a lovely, paper outer with full content information.
No1 grade Green Tea with Jasmin Flower Blossoms promotes beautiful skin, and boosts the immune system.
How To Brew
A little goes a long way. You will only need a teaspoon of tea for two people in your teapot. The longer you leave it the stronger the flavout gets. We recomment tfour minutes brewing time. Delicate Jasmine Green tea requires a much lower water temperature than darker teas. For the very best tasting cup do not pour boiling water on the tea, but wait a minute after boiling.
First produced in China over 1,000 years ago, jasmine tea’s scenting process began during the South-Song Dynasty in China and was further developed under the Ming Dynasty. By the early 20th century, the blend was popular enough to become a fast-moving trade item. High demand increased production costs when the jasmine flowers had to be planted in pots and moved indoors to stay warm over the winter. Though Taiwan got a taste for jasmine blends and began cultivating their own flowers in the late 19th century, China is still regarded as the best producer of this particular tea blend.