This Special Mao Feng Chinese tea exhibits care in plucking. Great care in production is taken to maintain the silvery tips and open leaf. The tea itself is produced early in the Spring. It must be held stable until Summer when the jasmine flower bloom. It takes multiple blending with the jasmine blooms to achieve a proper balance. The combination brings a sense of serenity.
Insider Tip: This is a step up from the 1st Grade Jasmine green tea, and is an inexpensive treat for Jasmine Tea Lovers.
Caffeine Level: Low.
Teas can be flavored a number of ways, through the inclusion of ingredients - such as flowers, nuts, or berries, the addition of oils or extracts - such as citrus or vanilla, or by using artificial flavors. After being added to a base tea, these ingredients are blended together in a number of ways, either in large batches in a blending machine or in small batches by hand. Some teas are flavored through their processes, such as Lapsang Souchong, which is smoked over pine fires during drying.
At The Tea Smith, we pride ourselves in blending many of our teas by hand, carefully calculating our blends, and selecting only the best teas and the best ingredients to be used in our collection.
Ingredients: Green tea from China and jasmine flowers.
A true treasure in every sense of the word! Fine Pouchong leaves are scented with jasmine blooms, then rolled into pearls that unfurl in your cup. These slender green leaves produce their entrancing...