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Bucolic Jasmine Herbal Tea
Jasmine flower, rose petals, chrysanthemum, sweet-scented osmanthus and stevia rebaudian
July 10, 2017
Gentle, evident jasmine fragrance, sweet flavor
Clear, slight yellow
Fragrant, sweet aftertaste
Store in airtight, opaque packaging; keep refrigerated
This blend herbal tea is of initial mild flavor with evident jasmine finish, following with sweet and floral aftertaste.
This herbal tea is unique for its interplay of rose, osmanthus, jasmine, and chrysanthemum flavors, coming together to create an intriguing and complex flavor, sweet, smooth, mild, and refreshing all at the same time. It is perfect for summer days; the taste comes out lightly at first, though quickly develops and deepens through further steeps.
The rose for this tea comes from Pakistan, while the jasmine is sourced from Hengxian in Nanning City, Guangxi Province, China.
Chrysanthemums, sometimes referred to simply as ‘mums’ or ‘crysanths’, are flowering plants of the Asteraceae family. It is highly adaptable to different climates, soils, and other natural conditions, with most species originating in Eastern Asia and China. Among the famous varieties grown here are Huangshan Gongju and Hongzhou white chrysanthemum, among others.
Osmanthus flowers are yellowish white and carry a strong fragrance. Due to this strong scent and their flavor, they are often used for making food, cosmetics, and herbal tea, the lattermost of which has many beneficial effects on skin and throat health.
Lemongrass is common in tropical regions due to its ability to thrive in sunny, warm, humid environments. In addition to being a common herbal ingredient worldwide, it is also widely used in Southeast Asia as a culinary ingredient for its health benefits and natural lemon-like taste.
Jasmine is widely cultivated throughout the world for its characteristic fragrance, often said to be reminiscent of the taste of the air in springtime. It is native to the tropical and subtropical regions of Eurasia, Australasia, and Oceania, and was later introduced to China. It thrives in warm, humid regions with abundant sunshine, and blooms throughout summer and autumn.
Stevia rebaudiania is a species of the genus Stevia in the sunflower family, and is commonly known as ‘sweet leaf’ or ‘sugar leaf’. It is grown widely for its natural sweetness and use as the base of many artificial sweetener products; the active compounds are various steviol glycosides, which are about 200 times sweeter than standard sugar. It is healthy and ideal for people who seek a lower-calorie, low-sugar, and low-fat diet.
Herbal tea refers to any beverage made from the infusion of plant material such as the flower, stem, leaf, or even root, so long as it does not come from the traditional tea plant, Camellia sinensis. These 100% natural ingredients, with no artificial colors or caffeine content, are guaranteed to have good quality; we can say that these attractive herbal teas, rich in nutrients like vitamins B, C, and E, are not only pleasant to look at but also healthy to drink.