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Jasmine loose leaf tea is a delicate, China green tea with a sweet aroma. Allowed to absorb the delicate scent of Jasmine flowers, this pack of 100g loose leaf tea is beautifully fresh and aromatic. Green tea has not been fermented, producing a far paler, more delicate tea than black tea.
Jasmine tea is fresh and light with a slightly floral taste from the aromatic jasmine flowers.
Green tea is said to boost metabolism, increase fat burn and protect the skin. Green tea contains Epigallocatechin Gallate, a natural of antioxidant. It is believed the bioactive compounds in green tea can improve brain function.
If you’re feeling tense and anxious, Jasmine tea is said to help you relax. Sip this tea in moments of total stress and you will be left feeling calmer and re-balanced.
Using traditional methods of blending and tasting, this tea has been carefully crafted by the Miles team, using Miles experTeas!
Based on the edge of Exmoor and on Somerset’s coastline, we take inspiration from our beautiful surroundings to create a cuppa that embodies a little escape, evoking memories of a holiday in the West Country, with each sip. Our attention to detail and experience ensures a consistent, flavourful tea that will see you constantly topping up your mug.
100% green tea
Green tea is best made with hot water that has reached 80˚c, not quite at boiling point (in this instance a watched pot shouldn’t boil!). A trick to get your water to 80˚c is to boil the water and then transfer it to a cold jug before you pour the water from the jug into your teapot or mug. When you’re making green tea you do not need to warm your teapot ahead of making the tea. Use one teaspoon of loose-leaf tea per person. Pour the hot water over the tea to release its full flavour and allow to brew for 3 minutes. If you like your tea strong add more tea, don't steep for longer as this will turn the flavours bitter.
Green tea is best served on its own, without milk or lemon.
Miles’ Jasmine is available in packs of 100g or 1kg of loose leaf tea.
Pair this calm inducing tea with a snack that not only banishes hunger pangs, but is also said to managing stress levels to. Almonds, pistachios and walnuts are all good candidates.
Make sure you store your tea in an airtight container – a tin is better than plastic, or seal up the packaging it arrives in. Although tea feels dry, it contains 3% moisture and oils that are essential to its flavour. If not properly stored these can evaporate. Keep your tea in a fairly cool, dry place, which is out of sunlight and try to keep away from any spices that could taint the flavour.
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