- Type: Green Tea
- Specialty: Health Tea
- Processing Type: Double-Fermented, Fermented, Fresh
- Specification: 100g per bag
- Style: Loose Tea
- Packaging: Bags
- Trademark: Tian Wang
- Origin: Hunan China (Mainland)
Brief Introduction of Premium Jasmine Dragon Pearls Green Tea
1. Long leaf tips are infuse with freshly cut jasmine blossoms and then rolled into small pearls,the pearls slowly unfurl as they steep.
2. This type is a limited production of the highest grade of jasmine,featured by its sweet and pleasant fragrance.
3. By far the most widely popular jasmine tea,jasmine dragon pearl tea is enjoyed in most every country throughout
4 It is a wonderful way to bring you a little summertime to any time of year.
5. Jasmine dragon pearl tea,a kind of jasmine tea enjoys in most every country throughout world.
6. Has very nice jasmine aroma.
Jasmine Tea Introduction:
Jasmine tea is a highly aromatic variety of tea which is flavored with jasmine flowers. In addition to providing a rich floral scent, the flowers add a subtle note to the tea which many people find quite enjoyable.
Jasmine Tea is a famous tea made from Green tea leaves that are scented with jasmine flowers. The jasmine flowers are harvested during the day and stored in a cool place until night. During the night, the flowers bloom with full fragrance. The flowers are layered over the tea leaves during the scenting process. The quality of Jasmine tea is determined by the quality of green tea used as its base and the effectiveness of the scenting.
How to make Jasmine Tea?
To make jasmine tea, jasmine flowers are harvested at the peak of their blooming and then they are cured with finished teas in conditions with carefully controlled humidity and temperature. As the jasmine flowers dry out, they infuse the tea with their flavor; sometimes multiple passes of curing are used to make an extremely strong jasmine tea. After the curing process is over, the tea is fired again to remove the moisture exuded by the jasmine, and then it can be packaged for sale.
In some cases, jasmine flowers are left in the tea. This function is purely ornamental, as the flowers are essentially odorless and flavorless after the curing process is over. However, they can look quite pretty as they rehydrate in the tea water and unfold. The practice of leaving dried flowers in tea is actually fairly widespread, and many novelty teas and tisanes include dried flowers or flower assortments to liven things up during the brewing process.
How to choose Jasmine Tea?
Jasmine tea can be made from black, white or green tea, but the most popular version is green jasmine tea. It is made by a two-step process that involves first harvesting the tea and later scenting it with jasmine. The most expensive green jasmine tea is made from buds that have been hand-rolled into large pearls, but it is possible to get a delicious less-expensive version by purchasing good-quality green tea that has been infused with jasmine.
For a truly luxurious experience, choose jasmine pearls, often called dragon or phoenix pearl tea. Only the silver tips of young green tea leaves and buds are rolled into large pearl-shaped balls in the spring, then stored until summer when the jasmine blooms. Freshly picked jasmine petals are layered with the pearls to absorb the aroma. During steeping, the pearl opens into a beautiful flower in your cup.
High-quality jasmine pearls can be steeped again to produce a second or even third delicately scented cup.
The best jasmine tea is looseleaf, since it includes whole leaves, and no offcuttings or stems. Ideally it should be brewed loose in a teapot and strained for service, although many people prefer to use tea balls for their brewing since they are more convenient. Both oolong and green teas should be only briefly steeped, as they can turn bitter with long steeping, and the water should be just below the boiling point for the best flavor and scent.
Jasmine Dragon Pearl Tea Functions:
According to Traditional Chinese Medicne, Green Tea; Dragon Pearl Tea is a sub-category of green tea, Clears the Head, Refreshes The Mind, Relieves Thirst and Restlessness, Resolves Phlegm and fatty deposits, Promotes Digestion, Activates Blood. Opens the acupuncture channels. Its nature is Cooling, and acts as a diuretic and astringent,
Japanese and European studies indicate perceived benefits;
Reduces the Effects of Cigarette Smoking May Prevent Oral Cancer, may Prevent Rheumatoid Arthritis, anti-inflammatory, reduces pain, swelling, stiffness, and loss of joint function, prevent tooth decay, works better than the antibiotic tetracycline. Jasmine as well has medicinal value.
According toTraditional Chinese Medicne, Jasmine Dispels Wind, frees the channels, stops bleeding, and disperses stasis: Used to treat Wind-Damp impediment Bi pain, hypertonicity of the sinews, swollen welling abscess, throat impediment, blood ejection, trauma, retention of lochia.
The combination with kombucha tea creates a remarkable refreshing, super tasting health elixir.
Green teas, as a catagory, has less caffeine that Oolong or Black teas. However this particular green tea connsists of the younger leaf and buds which have more yang energy and caffeine that typical.
packaging and shipping
1.Shipping: 3~25working days after get your payment
2. Packing : Packed in 100g/foil bag
1bag, deliver by express(DHL, EMS, CHINA POST....)
2.Where is the tea come from?
Original: Hunan Province, Made in China
3. How to Store?
Keep the tea in a dry cold place with temperature 0-5centigrade and away from direct sunlight (freezing temperature preferred)
4. How long the shelf life?
Shelf life: 5 years
5. What's the Payment?
T/T , L/C at sight, Western Union and paypal