Jasmine Tea

Teas scented with flowers have been enjoyed in China for thousands of years.  Jasmine scented greens are the best known.  The aromatic flower blooms only at night which is when the teas are scented.  High grades are sometimes scented up to seven times while ordinary grades are scented up to three times.   Flowers can occasionally be found in jasmine tea but quality is usually determined by the intensity of the fragrance and the grade of tea.  Jasmine teas are very pleasing with strong-tasting foods and are both soothing and refreshing.

For more information on how Jasmine Teas are made, Click Here.  Try this refreshing Jasmine Iced Tea Lemonade, Click Here.

    • Moonflower Oolong
    • Moonflower Oolong

      The elegance of Oolong blended with the fragrance of Jasmine - this is one of our house favorites.  Oolong is not quite Black tea and not quite Green tea.  It's in the middle, a medium-body cup, sometimes called The Philosopher's Drink.  We blended a lightly oxidized Organic Oolong with Organic...

      $ 16.52
    • Formosa Oolong with a hing of Jasmine.
    • Rickshaw Oolong

      Our own Chinese restaurant tea, using great full leaf varietals. Formosa Oolong with a slight hint of Jasmine! Use 1 heaped tsp. of leaf per 8 oz. cup.  Let boiling water cool slightly before pouring over leaves.  Steep 2-3 mins.  Can be re-infused.  Milk not recommended.

      $ 14.25
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