5 reviews

Description:  Jasmine Tea originated from Joey’s hometown FuZhou, China 800 years ago. These early innovators wanted to retain the fragrance before the flowers faded and invented a process to allow the tea to absorb the aroma and taste of the flowers. To make this natural jasmine tea, very experienced tea makers are required to accurately control the temperature and humidity throughout the process. For most commercial jasmine tea, companies will spray flavor on the leaves or only allow 2-3 days for the tea to absorb the aroma. Our jasmine tea-making process typically lasts up to three weeks. 

Aromatic Elegance: Our Jasmine Tea is made by meticulously hand-picking the youngest green tea leaves and infusing them with fresh jasmine blossoms. This traditional process allows the tea leaves to naturally absorb the captivating floral essence, resulting in an enchanting aroma and a subtly sweet taste.

Health Benefits: Beyond its delightful taste and aroma, Jasmine Tea offers a range of health benefits. Packed with antioxidants and polyphenols, it promotes a healthy immune system, aids digestion, and boosts natural energy. Make it a part of your daily routine and experience the goodness of this rejuvenating brew.

Hot brew: 1 tbsp - 8oz water - 200°F - 1 minute        Cold brew:  tbsp - 8oz water - refrigerator -  5 hours

Size: Small 1.4oz
Size: Small 1.4oz

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Eve Frazier
Good Jasmine Tea

Finally! I have found a tea with a forward Jasmine taste.

Love this tea

While shopping the Monrovia street fair, we sampled some cold-brewed tea and my daughter fell in love with this flavor. She prefers white tea and I prefer green but this perfectly suits us both. It reminds me of the tea they serve at our favorite Chinese restaurant Townsent. The price caught me off guard but we purchased anyway and it doesn't disappoint. A huge plus is that you can steep the same leaves several times before having to discard, it's even on the label, so it's worth it.

Graciela Vasquez
Flavorful Tea

Love the quality of the tea.

Jacqueline S.
Premium Chinese Restaurant Tea

I'm not much of a tea lover but I have to limit coffee and sometimes plain water just doesn't cut it. What I do love, though, is Chinese restaurant tea, and while there are plenty of Jasmine green teas out there, they're just OK. Recently I was at Kaiser to see my doc and found Michael at the farmer's market there. He gave me a cold sample of White Bud Jasmine Tea to try. I don't like cold tea but there was potential in the taste so I bought a package. I'm so hooked. This tea is absolutely divine. It's pricy but so worth it.

Steven White
What a terrific tea

It was very fortunate to receive this Jasmine tea as a gift. The taste and quality moved me to order more and different teas. A pleasant surprise to meet Joey also and I look forward to trying other teas. Steven

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How should I store my tea?

Our packaging is suitable to storing tea for extended periods of time so long as you reseal the packaging as airtight as you can, keep it in a room temperature and reasonably dry place away from light. If you do plan to transfer the tea to a different container, keep it mind that not only should it be airtight, but also keep out light. Thus avoid any glass or plastic that is transparent.

How long does tea stay fresh?

The tea that teawaves offers will stay fresh for up to eighteen months with the exception of the white tea whose flavor will enhance with age.

Where does your tea come from?

All of our tea comes from five tea gardens primarily in Fujian, China where our co-founder Joey is from and has familial ties and we can trust the tea growers and tea makers.

How does caffeine content vary between types of tea?

All tea that comes from the tea plant does have caffeine
that affects people’s bodies in different ways. No matter the tea, though, one
of the most important things we can stress is that the caffeine in tea is
different from the caffeine in coffee! With that being said, as a general
rule—caffeine is more potent in more oxidized teas (black tea), less potent in non-oxidized or hardly oxidized teas (green tea, white tea) and falls in the
middle with partially oxidized tea (oolong tea).