Jasmine Green Tea with Cherry and Rose
This is a refreshingly fragrant green tea with notes of freshly harvested fruit and the enchanting aroma of jasmine and rose. Floral and sweet, this naturally flavorful green tea is a smooth sipper and loaded with beneficial antioxidants. Jasmine Rose green tea is best enjoyed as iced tea to keep you feeling refreshed throughout the day. Contains caffeine.
Small | 1 oz | 10 Cups
Regular | 3 oz | 30 Cups
Large | 16 oz | 150+ Cups
• Organic Jasmine Green Tea
• Organic Cherry Bits
• Organic Hibiscus
• Organic Rose Petals
Benefits to Your Health *
☺️ Green Tea: Similar to black tea, green tea is well-known for its antioxidant properties and its ability to increase your metabolism. The leaves of green tea have not undergone the oxidation process that black tea goes through. Therefore, green tea is milder than black tea in both flavor and caffeine.
☺️ Rose Petals: Besides being one of the most admirable flowers to look at, roses provide some amazing health benefits that are often overlooked. Rose petals contain multiple vitamins, including vitamin C. Having 2 or more cups of rose tea a day may boost the body's immune system and help the body fight off seasonal illnesses.
We recommend steeping 2 tsp of Jasmine Rose for 3-5 minutes with 8 oz of 180℉ water.
Fresh green tea leaves are delicate and can burn easily. When green tea is steeped for too long or with water that is too hot, it can become bitter and not nearly as tasty. Brewing tea is simple, but it is important to follow our instructions for each tea so your tea tastes as good as possible.
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Warnings and Disclaimer
*For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or illness.