Jasmine Flower Tea is a floral, hot (or cold/iced) and fragrant, white tea. It's aromatic, soothing and subtle.
Hi Everyone, I have the perfect Springtime tea for you: Jasmine Flower Tea. It's aromatic, floral, soothing and delicious.
To me, this tea is like drinking a bouquet of flowers. It's just a beautiful, beautiful tea experience. There's nothing like a cup of Jasmine Flower Tea to take your mind off of any of life's woes.
Jasmine Flower Tea tastes so god and pure on its own; I personally, do not sweeten Jasmine Flower Tea but I tend not to sweeten tea or coffee drinks with a few exceptions or if I am in the mood for something sweet.
You can certainly add honey, agave or your preferred sweetener to this tea.
Jasmine is said to have many health benefits, including the following (source):
Here are some possible negative side effects of Jasmine Flower Tea:
As with any herbal remedy, please consult your doctor if you have any questions or concerns about Jasmine Flower Tea.
Sure, if you want to. I personally do not because the tea is beautiful on it's own and I am more of a tea purist - that's just my opinion! I feel like milk would mute the floral aspect of the tea. If you love milk in your tea though, have at it!
As quoted from the bMAKER Jasmine Flower package:
Jasmine is a climbing vine in the olive family found throughout tropical areas of Europe, Asia and Africa. The rose-like blooms of the plant are prized for their beauty and delicate fragrance.
1. Bring a tea kettle of water (at least 1 cup) to a boil.
2. Using a T-Sac or mesh tea strainer, put about 2 teaspoons of Jasmine Flower Tea in or you can just put it in the bottom of the mug.
3. When the water comes to a boil, pour the tea over the Jasmine flowers. Cover the mug and steep for 2-4 minutes. Remove flowers, drink and enjoy!
Chrysanthemum Flower Tea is a warm, floral soothing tea drink and is said to have many health benefits. It makes a wonderful cooling, Summertime tea and can be enjoyed iced or hot year round!