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jasmine green tea* (green tea*, jasmine flowers*)

Jasmin tea was already consumed in the age of the Chinese Song dynasty around 1200 A.D. Even today, it is still probably the most popular tea of China. Its soft, round taste of jasmine flowers is combined with the subtly tart taste of green tea.

Jasmin tea was already consumed in the age of the Chinese Song dynasty around 1200 A.D. Even today, it is still probably the most popular tea of China. Its soft, round taste of jasmine flowers is combined with the subtly tart taste of green tea.