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Fujian Jasmine Green 125g Loose Leaf Tea

  • Fujian Jasmine Green - 125g Loose Leaf Tea
  • Fujian Jasmine Green - 125g Loose Leaf Tea
  • Fujian Jasmine Green - 125g Loose Leaf Tea
  • Fujian Jasmine Green - 125g Loose Leaf Tea
  • Fujian Jasmine Green - 125g Loose Leaf Tea
  • Fujian Jasmine Green - 125g Loose Leaf Tea
  • Fujian Jasmine Green - 125g Loose Leaf Tea
  • Fujian Jasmine Green - 125g Loose Leaf Tea
£25.00
SKU LTCFJ0614-125L Net Weight 125g

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Loose Leaf Jasmine Scented Green Tea

Origin

This wonderful, aromatic tea is made with tea leaves cultivated in the southern frontiers of Fujian Province in South East China. The misty, mountainous region, with its subtropical climate, is ideally suited to growing tea. It is then scented with fresh jasmine flowers in the neighbouring Guangxi Province for a delicately perfumed green tea.

Tea Description

Green tea is plucked in Spring and kept dry until jasmine flowers bloom in late Summer. These are then placed on top of the tea for several hours, releasing their heady aroma; the process is repeated several times, always using fresh flowers, until the tea is judged to be ready. The result is an exquisite tea, sweet, smooth and delightfully perfumed.

Loose leaf tea made simple. Take a look at our fabulousteapots(some come with a built-in strainer) andtea strainers.

More About This Product

INGREDIENTS

Jasmine Scented Green Tea

OUR BREWING GUIDANCE

Use 1 teaspoon per person and 1 for the pot.  Boil fresh water, leave to cool for 5 minutes then pour on.  Allow to steep for 3 to 4 minutes.  Best enjoyed without milk.

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