Dim of Jasmine
Jasmine flavored green tea
(19) 4.79 / 5.00
Delicate tea leaves, rolled into small balls by hand and flavored with fragrant jasmine flowers. What an interesting combination of flavors.
Dim of Jasmine
Harvest time: spring
Region of origin: Fujian, China
Ingredients: green tea, jasmine flowers
Brewing time: 2 - 3 min.
Water hardness: soft
Water temperature: 80 ° C
Dosage: 1 tsp (3 g) per cup (200 ml)
Average nutritional values per 100 ml of infusion
Calorific value [kJ / kcal] 3 / <1
Fat [g] <0.1
of which saturated fatty acids [g] <0.1
Carbohydrates [g] 0.2
of which sugar [g] <0.1
Protein [g] <0.1
Salt [g] <0.01
For Dim of Jasmine, only the tenderest young shoots are picked and carefully twisted into small balls by hand. When the jasmine blooms, the tea is matched with the fresh flowers. The base tea is a very fine, orthodox green leaf tea that keeps the aroma for a long time and creates a harmonious composition with the jasmine. When the tea is poured, the globules unroll and the whole shoot - two leaflets and a leaf bud - becomes recognizable.
The most refined refinements come from China, the country of origin of the tea. As early as 500 BC In the 3rd century BC, tea was made in China with flowers, fruit bowls and spices. The heyday during the Song Dynasty (1279–960 BC) brought us the tea flavored with jasmine flowers, which is still so popular today.
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