Jasmine Yin Hao
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The delicacy of spring-plucked green tea leaves and the subtle perfume of night-blooming jasmine flowers combine to create the world's finest jasmine tea.
- How to Steep
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1 heaping tsp per 8 oz of water, 175°F, 3 min
The same tea leaves can be steeped multiple times.
- Our finest Jasmine scented tea
- Tender, Spring tea leaves are selected, processed, and mixed with night blooming jasmine blossoms, which infuse the dried tea leaves with their ethereal aroma
- For Yin Hao, this process is repeated seven times
- Drink this tea when you need a moment of calm
- An absolute work of art!
- Less is more when it comes to the best Chinese Jasmine tea
- If you've had a particularly strong jasmine tea, it's probably produced with a jasmine extract rather than being scented by the actual night-blooming Chinese jasmine buds
- The best Chinese jasmine teas are a balanced marriage of delicate green tea with subtle jasmine flavor
- Fresh green salad with edible flowers
- Any simply prepared scallop, shrimp, lobster or fish appetizer or main course
- Sushi or sashimi
- Stir-fried chicken and vegetables
- Scottish shortbread cookies or any other buttery cookie
- Any cream, ginger or milk-chocolate based dessert
- Indian rice pudding
China, Fujian Province green tea, the fragrance and some blossoms from Chinese night blooming jasmine flowers