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McKinney, TX 75071

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Lush, Enchanting Jasmine Green Tea

The lushness of our Jasmine with Flowers Green Tea is fully apparent at the first sniff. As you drink our naturally scented blend of sweet jasmine blossoms and green tea, you’ll feel as if you’ve been transported to fragrant flower garden—overcome by the beauty of the exotic floral aroma. It’s full and heady, but also has a gentleness with the floral notes that infuse this tea, while a nectar-like sweetness lingers on the palate. This tea is stronger in flavor than many green teas, and the quiet jasmine notes become more pronounced as the tea cools — it strikes the chord between gentle and robust.

Its enchanting, unforgettable aroma is created through an method of tea manufacture dating back more than 800 years. Jasmine blossoms are gathered during warm summer evenings and spread amongst tea leaves over successive nights. This process is repeated with freshly harvested jasmine blossoms to infuse a strong floral flavor into the tea, and a few jasmine flowers are dried and retained in the last scenting for their beauty and flavor.

Jasmine green tea boasts several overall good-health benefits. It is known to help fight bacteria and aid our bodies to form good bacteria that helps with digestion. This tea is high in antioxidants, and combats the free radicals formed in the body. Antioxidants may play a valuable role in slowing down the aging process. It is also thought to be an aid in cold prevention. Jasmine tea has been known to help reduce and inhibit cholesterol, as well as beneficial to help improve blood circulation. These things naturally helps to reduce your chances of heart disease, stroke, and other health issues.

Jasmine is known to have therapeutic properties and is an wonderful form of aromatherapy. Research shows that even inhaling jasmine can reduce a person’s heart rate as well as have a sedative effect on both nerve activity and mood. History shows jasmine has been used for stress relief and even as an anti-depressant.

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