Jasmine tea is a fragrant, scented herbal tea popular in Asian countries where dried jasmine flowers are used to add fragrance to the base tea like green tea or black tea.
If you are a tea lover who likes to try different kinds of tea, you might also love to try jasmine tea which is a fragrant tea made using fragrant jasmine flowers. Jasmine tea is usually green tea or oolong tea (or other base teas like black tea or white tea) flavored with dried jasmine flowers, and the most popular is the jasmine green tea. It combines the health benefits of the base tea, either green tea, oolong tea, black tea or white tea, and also the health benefits of jasmine flowers.
One reason I love the flower flavored teas is the unique fragrance and flavor they offer. Each kind of flower has a specific fragrance, taste and specific flavor which when combined with the base tea, produces a unique flavor. Many herbal teas and flower teas also have powerful antioxidants and they all offer specific health benefits. Jasmine is one of the most fragrant edible flowers in the world and the dried flowers blend well with the tea leaves, whether you are using green tea, oolong tea or other teas.
As I already mentioned, even though jasmine green tea is the most popular among tea lovers, jasmine tea is also available with oolong tea, black tea and white tea bases.
If you have any specific illness or allergies, or if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should check with your doctor before drinking any herbal teas like jasmine tea. Also the information in this article is not meant to be used for treating any illness, so please check with your doctor if you are looking for herbal treatments. This article is meant for sharing information only.
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