Wild Jasmine Green Tea

Tea Repertoire




Tea Type: Green Tea

Tea Region: Ha Giang Province, Vietnam

    Tasting Notes

    • Appearance: Very pale, yellow green liquor. 
    • Aroma: Intense aromas of jasmine blossom. 
    • Flavour: Opulent and rich, sweet jasmine floral note combined with gentle and refreshing green tea sap.
    • Mouthfeel: Well-rounded, velvety liquor with long-lasting sweet jasmine finish. 

    Brewing Guidance

    • Measure 1g of tea per 100ml water. Boil water to 70℃. Steep for 2-3 minutes.

    Reference: Op. 215

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    Tips for Tea Connoisseurs

    Our Wild Jasmine Green Tea is a fragrant blend of wild grown high mountain green tea from Northern Vietnam with fresh jasmine blossoms. After the tea leaves are harvested and made into a quality green tea, the finished green tea leaves are carefully layered with fresh jasmine blossoms during the night and the jasmine blossoms are removed in the following morning. In order to produce 1 kilogram of Jasmine Tea, 4 kilogram of Jasmine flowers is required. This natural scenting process is repeated three nights until the green tea leaves have absorbed the right amount of the sweet fragrance of jasmine blossoms. 

    Our Wild Jasmine Green Tea offers a highly fragrant liquor that harmoniously combines the refreshing green tea sap with opulent jasmine floral note. The almost acacia honey-like sweetness lingers long on the palate with a refreshing finish.  

    When cold-brewed, Wild Jasmine Green Tea makes a highly aromatic, refreshing iced tea as well. Simply brew 12g of the tea in 1L carafe overnight in the fridge. It can be enjoyed as a refreshing apero in the summer evenings as a healthy, non-alcoholic alternative or you may well find it as your all-time favourite after your gym session! 

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    For jasmine tea enthusiasts, we suggest trying Wild Jasmine Green Tea along with our other varieties of jasmine teas - Jasmine Phoenix Pearls, Jasmine Silver Needle and Jasmine Oolong - to taste the differences.