Jasmine Tea | How to make Jasmine Tea

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ByDeviyani Srivastava
Created on 24th Dec 2015
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  • By Deviyani Srivastava
    Created on 24th Dec 2015

About Jasmine Tea

When drinking jasmine tea, be sure to enjoy its soothing aroma and soft aftertaste. If the aftertaste is astringent try a different jasmine tea or lower your steeping temperature or shorten your steeping time. Jasmine tea should be light with an aroma and aftertaste like a fine perfume... Just drink it! Jasmine tea has some antiviral and antibacterial properties that help in the prevention of colds and influenza. It is widely believed that gargling with jasmine tea can prevent illness.

Jasmine Tea, a mouth-watering delicacy which no one can resist. Most people try this amazing dish at restaurants, but with this recipe you can easily make it at home with the same taste. This super quick and easy recipe is written by Deviyani Srivastava. Jasmine Tea is a dish which demands no explanations, it's a whole world of flavour in itself. Jasmine Tea is a very simple and easy recipe to prepare. The time required to make this recipe is not very much, but the delicious taste it renders is just remarkable. This recipe of Jasmine Tea by Deviyani Srivastava is perfect to serve 1 people. Even beginners can also try this recipe. The recipe is explained step by step with pictures that it becomes very easy to understand each and every step, which actually turns out to be very useful. So, the next time you have a get together, night party, kitty party or any other occasion don't forget to try out the absolutely amazing Jasmine Tea.

  • Prep Time2mins
  • Cook Time3mins
  • Serves1People
Jasmine Tea

Ingredients to make Jasmine Tea

  • 1 tsp loose leaf jasmine tea
  • 3/4 cup filtered water

How to make Jasmine Tea

  1. Place the tea leaves in a cup. Boil the water and let it simmer. Turn off the gas and pour over the leaves.
  2. Cover for 2 to 3 minutes, depending upon one's taste you can use less tea or more water.
  3. Jasmine tea is best steeped with filtered water that is simmering not boiling. Let the leaves settle at the bottom and sip away.
My Tip: You can use less tea or more water if you are brewing jasmine pearls which only take a few pearls per cup or jasmine flowering tea, one flower is enough for a large mug or whole pot of tea.

Reviews for Jasmine Tea (3)

Indu Bhatiaa year ago
please tell from where we can get loose leaf jasmine tea?
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Shashi Prinjaa year ago
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sheela uckooa year ago
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