Jasmine green tea is made from a combination of jasmine flowers and green tea.With much less caffeine than coffee, green tea boosts energy but doesn't create jitters.
Tasting jasmine green tea
How a jasmine tea tastes can depend on many factors, including what tea base is used (green, white or black), where both the tea leaves and jasmine blossoms were grown, what kind of process was used to scent the tea (traditional or commercial), and how the final cup of tea was brewed. Yet there are some common traits used to describe the overall flavor profile of jasmine tea, including: floral, sweet, perfumed, fresh, blossomed, dewy, bouquet, fragrant, delicate and subtle.
If you’ve never experienced this fragrant, energizing tea, it might be time to give it a try. There’s a reason why Jasmine has been used to scent tea and remains a passionate favorite to this day.
Health Benefits of Jasmine Green Tea
1.promoting the secretion of saliva and quenching thirst.It helps to moisten the throat and remove heat and toxins from the body.
2.Usually drinking regularly can play a role in reducing phlegm and cough.
3.Green tea jasmine has a certain protective effect on the human heart. It can increase the activity of human heart muscle cells, and can also promote blood circulation and accelerate blood flow.
4.improve liver health and brighten the eyes.
Recipes of Jasmine Green Tea
Jasmine green tea+lemon
Jasmine green tea+ dried-fruit
Jasmine green tea+ice
Jasmine green tea + what you want......
Admittedly, not everyone appreciates the rich, floral aroma and flavor notes. Tea aficionados typically love it or feel the opposite.
However, if you haven’t experienced jasmine tea yet, it’s worth a try – you just might discover your new favorite.Welcome to oriarm tea shop.