You should know how to make jasmine tea at home by your own. You see, jasmine tea is tea scented with exotic jasmine flowers. However, it is very simple to make at home.
Making jasmine tea at home can save you money, feel like royalty, with just a DIY recipe.
Jasmine tea is not just tea, but also herbal that has been tasted for a long time. Enjoying a cup of jasmine tea in the morning will provide a cool and comfortable atmosphere, especially in winter. If you wander into an herb shop, ask about jasmine tea. If you find it, then don’t let yourself go home without bringing this exotic jasmine tea home.
When we visited the herbal shop, our eyes were fixed on this one tea. Besides this tea is easy to serve, it is also rich in health benefits.
Jasmine tea has an exotic taste, a tea that conveys a longing, sensual look. The sensual sensation is felt when the tea leaves are picked by a beautiful girl with loose hair and boots. Jasmine tea is actually not only about beauty but also about health which provides many benefits to encourage vibrant days.
How to Make Jasmine Tea
OK, You have to know how to make jasmine tea at home because this tea seduces me, this time I will tempt you too, tempt you with its sweetness, deliciousness and benefits.
What I know is that jasmine tea is tea made from green tea or black tea which is then scented with jasmine flowers. The best teas for me are Assam black tea and Rooibos green tea scented with jasmine.
Getting this tea is quite easy, and then coating it with jasmine flowers in a vessel, this can add mass, press, and let the aroma stick to the tea, this is done for 24 hours to several weeks.
In this way, green tea or black tea will taste jasmine and very exotic. Not an ordinary tea, but a blend of real tea with the famous jasmine flower.
If you use jasmine flowers to scent your tea, then choose jasmine from the Jasminum species such as J. officinale, J. sambac, or J. polyanthum.
These jasmine flowers are then picked when the sun is warm or when the dew has dried. When picking it, I immediately put it in a jar filled with tea. These flowers will then mingle with the tea leaves and give it its distinctive aroma. If you plant it yourself, of course you can avoid using chemicals.
NOTE: Do not use “star jasmine or confederate jasmine/jessamine” (Trachelospermum jasminoides) or “Carolina jessamine” (Gelsemium sempervirens) – these species are poisonous and not what you would expect an exotic flower to be.
Exotic jasmine tea is the perfect complement for you to enjoy in the morning while reading your favorite books or while watching your favorite movies.
If you want to know how to make jasmine tea from home, see the review below. You can copy or print on the recipe card.
Jasmine Tea Recipe
Jasmine tea is an exotic tea with a sensual aroma, but it is very easy to make at home, it can even give the impression of a king who is starting his day.
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- black or green tea bulk
- fresh jasmine flowers
To make jasmine tea, you have to use green tea or black tea. Place a layer of tea at the bottom of the jar, then place a layer of fresh jasmine flowers on top of the tea, then add another layer of tea on top.
Note: I use 1/4 cup of tea and use jasmine flowers to taste, then add another 1/4 cup of tea, then put a small weight on top of the tea to press the tea onto the flowers. Close tightly with a lid!
Leave it for 24 hours so that the jasmine flowers scent the tea or leave it for a few weeks. Then remove the ballast and you can store it in a dark and cool place.
If you want to make your own jasmine tea, steep a teaspoon of jasmine in 8-10 oz of boiling water. Let stand for 5-7 minutes and then strain to serve.