Brew using boiling water and leave to infuse for 5 to 10 minutes
Jasmine Flower Tea is a beautiful, mesmerising and, of course, delicious Herbal Tea. It consists solely of dried Flowers without the blending of either Green or White Tea. Expect delicate floral notes and a refreshing aftertaste.
We pack it fresh to order here at our Pluckley-based factory, nestled in the stunning vistas of the Kentish countryside. This is our way of ensuring both quality and consistency.
Does Jasmine Flower Tea Have Caffeine?
Is Jasmine Flower Tea caffeinated? Put simply, no. The absence of other Tea leaves - both varieties of which come from the Camellia sinensis plant - means that it’s 100% caffeine-free.
This is great for those looking to cut down on their intake. Should you need the extra boost of Jasmine Flower Tea caffeine, we recommend our Jasmine Green Tea Bags - a Jasmine-scented Green Tea.
Botanical Features of Chinese Jasmine Flower Tea
Jasmine (Jasminum) is a genus of vines and shrubs belonging to the olive family (Oleaceae). There are an estimated 200 species of the plant native to both temperate and tropical regions.
We use the Jasminum sambac variety in the making of our Flower Tea Jasmine. Perhaps most famous is how it blooms at night, releasing an unforgettably fragrant scent into the air - a trait that transcends in your cup.
The Cultural Impact of This Loose Tea
Jasmine flowers generally grow in great abundance across much of Europe, the Middle-east, Asia and Australia. Jasminum sambac, in particular, is the national flower of Hawaii, Indonesia and the Philippines.
The Syrian city of Damascus, meanwhile, is nicknamed the “City of Jasmine” owing to the flower's prevalence. It also has a close association with Indian Ayurveda, a holistic approach to wellbeing.
Jasmine Flower Tea Properties
We’ve mentioned that it contains no caffeine. However, what it lacks in this stimulant, it makes up for in other Jasmine Flower Tea properties.
You can expect the likes of Vitamins A, B, C and D, Manganese, Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium and Zinc - to name but a few. Each constituent plays a considerable role in promoting the health benefits of Jasmine Tea.
Jasmine Flower Tea Pregnancy
Many people will be wondering whether they can buy Jasmine Tea flowers and then drink them while pregnant. The answer appears to be yes - but in moderation.
If you’re an expecting mother and have any doubts, however, we urge you to seek medical consultation. Doctors and nurses will, of course, know best. Whatever you decide, you can count on The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company.
How to Make Jasmine Flower Tea
1, Put the flowers into a Tea Infuser or Filter.
2, Place the Tea-filled accessory in a mug or cup.
3, Pour freshly boiled water at 100°C over it.
4, Allow it to steep for 5-10 minutes.
How to Serve: Best served without additions.
Tasting Notes: Expect delicate floral notes and a refreshing aftertaste.
Jasmine Flower Tea Health Benefits
The abundance of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants found in this infusion can combat free radicals in the body. The result is a reduced risk in developing a multitude of chronic conditions - and that’s just the beginning of the Benefits of Jasmine Tea.
While there is a risk of Jasmine Flower Tea side effects in rare instances, most note its ability to aid digestion, improve skin health and boost immunity.
- TypeHerbal Tea
- Health PointsDetox, Digestive, Hydration, Refreshing, Relaxing, Weight Loss
- Caffeine LevelLow
- OptionsLoose Tea
- Time of DayBreakfast, Lunchtime, Afternoon, Evening
- CountryMore Than One Origin