Dragon Pearls Organic Jasmine White Tea

The king of jasmine teas: only the youngest tea leaves are hand-picked and then flavored for several days with fresh jasmine flowers.

Dragon Pearls Organic Jasmine White Tea has an enchanting and sweet floral fragrance, without becoming overpowering. The leaves of this exceptional tea are carefully rolled by hand to form beads, which give off a divine golden yellow color when brewe

Infusion time: 2-3 min
Temperature: 70-80°C
Time of day: All day long
Quantity: 12-15g / L

The Rare Pearls Of Organic White Jasmine Tea

The organic white jasmine tea is a grand cru product, its production is unique. The harvest takes place in China, the young shoots are picked with their buds. To give the tea its subtle aroma, the plants are placed with fresh jasmine flowers. After a few days, the leaves are rolled by hand into pearl shapes. Thus, the tea contains the delicate notes of the flower. Its infusion pleasantly perfumes your cup and delivers a soft golden liquor.

Benefits And Virtues Of White Jasmine Tea

Contrary to black and green teas, white teas are not processed much. The leaves and buds retain the natural benefits of the plants. Jasmine-scented white tea from China is rich in antioxidants. They have a positive effect on health, as they protect the body from free radicals.

White tea also contains some interesting vitamins. Moreover, white tea is less rich in theine than black and green teas, so it is better tolerated by sensitive people. As for the jasmine flower aroma, it relaxes you throughout the day.

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How To Prepare The White Jasmine Tea?

Prepare your accessories for the infusion. To obtain a white tea with a sweet jasmine flower flavor, place your organic product in hot water for 2 to 3 minutes. The pearls will quickly develop into a rich liquor.

How Much White Jasmine Tea Should I Use?

For white teas with jasmine notes, prepare 12 to 15 grams of organic product for one liter of water. After a few minutes of infusion, you can enjoy your sweet liquor.

What Is The Ideal Infusion Temperature For White Jasmine Tea?

In order to preserve the vitamins and natural antioxidants of your white tea, do not brew it in boiling water. A temperature between 70 and 80°C is perfect for your tea pearls.

When To Drink White Jasmine Tea?

Organic white jasmine tea is not rich in theine. It can be drunk throughout the day. Enjoy its fresh floral notes at home or outside, by taking it in an isothermal bottle.

Benefits Of Loose White Jasmine Tea

Our jasmine dragon pearls are selected for their high quality taste. In order to preserve their freshness, as well as that of our other natural products, we package them in boxes or hermetic bags. The latter allow a long conservation at home. Your loose teas, plants, flowers and fruits do not lose their rich aroma.

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