Jasmine flowers are known for their refreshing and unadorned scent. They are often used by Buddhist believers as offerings to Gautama Buddha to symbolize the dawn of enlightenment. The tradition to mix Jasmine blossoms with green tea can be dated to ancient China, since when their joint fragrance has been appreciated and applauded.
Like a chef preparing a meal or a perfumer creating a fragrance, the farmer has to bring the right amount of the floral scent to the tea with blooming flowers. While the finished Jasmine Green Tea bears no visible trace of flower buds, the floral scent is extremely long-lasting. Refreshing as what it is for green tea, Jasmine Green Tea in addition bears the heavily floral elegance of jasmine flowers, making itself a timeless classic.
Tea farm location: Fujian