Moonlight Jasmine
Organic Green Tea
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Moonlight Jasmine
Moonlight Jasmine
Moonlight Jasmine
Moonlight Jasmine

This superior quality jasmine tea uses less rounds of scenting than Jasmine Pearl, but is equally beautiful to behold visually and even more stunning in its lush, abundantly aromatic sweetness.



Qty:

Tender green tealeaves infused

with the lush, alluring fragrance of

fresh jasmine blossoms during the

moonlit evenings of late summer.

About this tea

Beginning in the spring of 2015, we worked with our partners in China to develop a completely new style of Jasmine tea that we call Moonlight Jasmine. This superior quality jasmine tea uses less rounds of scenting than Jasmine Pearl, but is equally beautiful to behold visually and even more stunning in its lush, abundantly aromatic sweetness. This innovative tea is made from pure spring harvest tea buds – the same buds that are typically used to make Jasmine Pearl – but are left in a natural, slightly twisted shape instead of being rolled into a pearl. The result is a tea with an unimaginably rich sweetness that naturally complements the sweet perfume of Jasmine. Because Moonlight Jasmine is not rolled into a pearl, far fewer rounds of scenting are needed to achieve a deeply fixed floral aroma. With its elegant visual appearance, Organic Moonlight Jasmine is sure to become the next beloved style of Jasmine tea.

Ingredients

Organic green tea with jasmine

Origin

Yunnan, China


Caffeine Level

High

Based on a 8oz cup of tea made with suggested steeping method relevant to the tea type. An average cup of coffee contains about 90 – 120 mg / 8oz cup.

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Preparation
  • Imperial
  • Metric
Traditional Preparation

Tea: 1 tbsp (4g) per 8 oz water
Temperature: 175°F
Time: 1st infusion 3 minutes, 2nd infusion 4 minutes.

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Origin

Yunnan

China

Yunnan Province is home to some of the oldest tea trees and tea cultures in existence, including the Mengku heirloom varietal teas. Considered the birthplace of tea, the Yunnan Province is mountainous and remote, and the name “Yunnan” translates as ‘South of the Clouds.’

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