Green Tea

Sunshiny citrus brightens up fragrant night-blooming jasmine.

Kosher Certified | USDA Organic

Tasting Notes

Flavor: vegetal, jasmine, oranges
Aroma: citrus, jasmine flowers
Color: light green
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About Orange Jasmine Tea

Tea Type : Green Tea

Jasmine scented green tea is one of the classic teas one might have in a Chinese restaurant. Pairing superbly with salty and spicy foods, Jasmine Green complements without overpowering. Jasmine blossoms open at night, and release all of their fragrant oils within hours. Jasmine pickers spend the entire day carefully hand plucking only those buds set to bloom that same evening. Rapidly harvesting thousands of buds that are perfectly poised to bloom is a feat of remarkable dexterity and concentration.

All green tea is an excellent choice for enjoyment throughout the day. Without milk or sugar, this is a calorie-free beverage that is super-charged with antioxidants. With much less caffeine than coffee, green tea boosts energy but doesn't create jitters.

If you find green tea to be too bitter, try steeping it for a shorter time and/or with cooler water. Steeped properly, there should be very little bitter flavor, rather vegetal, mild and even slightly sweet or nutty. "Cooking" or over-steeping greens is a common mistake for those more familiar with black tea; experiment with steeping to match your own taste.

Read more about Jasmine Tea:
  • Introduction to Jasmine Tea
  • The History of Jasmine Tea
  • Five Benefits of Jasmine Tea
  • How Much Caffeine is in Jasmine Tea
  • Steeping instructions

    1. Heat water to 175˚F.
    2. Place tea in cup and pour water over the leaves.
    3. Steep for 2-4 minutes.
    4. Enjoy!

    For loose leaf iced teas, use 2 tsp per 8oz glass.

    Tasting Notes

    Flavor: vegetal, jasmine, oranges
    Aroma: citrus, jasmine flowers
    Color: light green


    • Organic jasmine green tea
    • Organic orange peel
    • Natural orange flavors

    Caffeine Content (Mg)

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    1. Victoria G.
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      Orange Jasmine

      This jasmine tea with a hint of orange is very satisfying when I need that punch of a perfumed flavor.

      09/03/19 | Ft Collins, CO
    2. Iryna K.
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      Very good

      Tasty Jasmine tea with a hint of citrus. Delicate and delicious.

      08/30/19 | brooklyn, NY
    3. Lisa C.
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      I did not like

      08/27/19 | Lady Lake, FL
    4. liz k.
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      08/27/19 | Carefree, AZ
    5. Iona B.
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      Didn’t like it so much

      08/20/19 | Cincinnati, OH
    6. Margaret T.
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      Lovely tea

      Really enjoying this tea..

      08/20/19 | Fresno, CA
    7. Sheree D.
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      Are usually mix it with the mango melange and a little black tea with this.Love the combo.

      I brew my own iced tea and use this delicious tea for my flavoring. Distinct fresh citrus flavor that makes a lovely iced tea. Are usually mix it with the mango in the lines and a little black tea. Love the combo.

      05/30/19 | Manheim, PA
    8. Nicole N.
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      Deliciously Light Tea

      This is a truly enjoyable blend: the appearance, aroma, and taste come together to create an amazing experience. I love it when I can kick back with a good tea on the deck in the spring, this fits the bill!

      04/05/19 | New Harmony, IN
    9. Sandra W.
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      Lovely blend.

      02/22/19 | Philadelphia, PA
    10. Catharine B.
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      Combine, bitter on its own

      I use (1/2-1tsp) in combination with other teas ex: winter chai. I found it to be too bitter on its own. I do not sweeten my teas, however.

      02/20/19 | Lebanon, NH
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