Jasmine and Jasmine tea both were cultivated in China in the Tang Dynasty (618-907), people used to drink this tea even before that time. Drinking jasmine tea is always a pleasurable experience. It also has various health benefits.
- Bursting with antioxidants
- May aid weight loss
- Could protect your heart
- Promotes good oral health
- Could boost brain function
- May protect against Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease
- May help lower your risk of diabetes
- May reduce your risk of certain cancers
- Delicious and easy to add to your diet
How to make jasmine tea:
What you need:
- Loose or sachet jasmine tea
- Filtered water
- Teapot with strainer
Step 1: Boil water.
Step 2: Warm up teapot.
Step 3: Put jasmine tea into teapot and add hot water.
Step 4: Cover teapot and let it steep for a few minutes.
There are some people that usually make jasmine tea with oolong or black tea, some also prefer green tea leaves. But in the classic recipe, the green tea leaves are layered with jasmine blossoms. They keep adding and replacing the jasmines until their fragrance infuses in the tea. No doubt that the scent of jasmine adds another illusion to the tea-drinking experience.