Using an artisanal tea-scenting process, this popular East Asian infusion is created by repeatedly mixing jasmine petals with fine green tea to make a sweet floral drink. Steep a warm cup or pour over ice for an uplifting tea that's traditionally enjoyed throughout the day.
Enjoyed throughout Asia in tea form, chrysanthemum flowers have been cultivated in China since the 15th century B.C. These blooms create a delicate infusion with notes of herbal honey and float on top of the water as they brew for an attractive display.
To craft these pearls, tea leaves grown on a second-generation family tea farm in Hunan, China are rolled by hand and infused with the aroma of jasmine flower. Packed in biodegradable teabags, it produces a smooth, light green tea with fragrant floral notes.