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:: Fresh Green Jasmine Flower Tea
Fresh Green Jasmine Flower Tea
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Name: Xiang Ming Tea, jasmine scented tea
Other Name: jasmine green tea
Origin : Sichuan Province, China
Grade : high quality
Net Weight: 454 grams (16 ounces)
Taste: tea's liquor color yellowish bright, clear. importers smooth, mellow taste and sustained good performance.
Storage : sealed, anti-odor, stored in a dry place and no direct sunshine
Packaging We will use sealed, tin-foil packaging. It can keep fresh a long time
1. Jasmine tea with Ya Tou as raw materials, tea is delicate. Brewing water temperature should not be too high, to 80-85 is appropriate.
2. Brewing, it is recommended to use transparent glass. Its bright yellow-green liquor color.Feast for the eyes.
3. Do not soak a long time, it will lead to bitter flavor.
4. Jasmine tea brewing can be repeated 2-3 times.
About Xiang Ming Tea
Jasmine tea is honored as the most fragrant and popular scented Chinese tea in the world. Sorry, we did not find any additional information. But we know it came from Sichuan, China. It is a mixture of green tea and jasmine. Its level is very good. The following information is jasmine tea
Sweet scented aroma
helps to relieve tension.
Because the Art of Tea is about Good Taste.
Known for its aphrodisiac properties and its ability to calm and soothe the nerves.
The flower tisane has a light taste and color.
Come from China.
This caffeine-free, flower ptisane has a light taste and color. Jasmine flowers have been known to help calm and soothe the nerves. Jasmine is also known for its aphrodisiac properties. Use one or two teaspoons in 6-8 ounces of water at full boil. The flowers will also infuse more lightly with lower temperature water. Steep for three or four minutes, and drink soon after brewing. Jasmine flowers contain volatile oils, which will diffuse into the air quickly after the tea is made. Use less flowers if the brew is too strong, discovering your proper proportions as with any tea. Serve in a glass mug to go beyond the pale.
Shipping Weight: 1g
1000 Units in Stock
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 08 November, 2011.
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