The most popular tea in china
This green tea harvested in the Fujian mountains of China, was left to dry with blooming jasmine flowers, most of them removed later.
Fresh and intense, this is the most popular tea in China, and is perfect to accompany chinese cuisine. Naturally high in antioxidants
Tea of the day, the infusion is crystal clear , and its flavor is intense. Without moderation, it goes perfectly with Asian cuisine.
The jasmine green tea is known as one of the finest green teas. It is harvested in the spring in Fujian Province in China.
The green tea helps in a diet and has stimulating effects since it is rich in vitamin C, caffeine, and also antioxidants.
We recommand an infusion of 2 to 4 min with a water temperature of about 80°C, that is let the kettle cool down 1 minute after it’s boiled, higher temperature might impair the potency of some aromatic or beneficial components, and some experts might suggest even lower temperatures. Also longer infusions will be higher in caffeine and strong tannin.
Product Info: 1 box 25 tea bags
Net Weight 50g
Contents: Green Tea of China (Camelia Sinensis) 95%, 5% Jasmine Flower.
– Text on the box displayed in French