Jasmine Buds Flower Iced Tea Recipe
To begin there are a few things you need to know before we jump into the steps toHomemade Jasmine Buds Flower Iced Tea Recipe.
Themajority of jasmine plants grow in tropical and subtropical climates, althougha few can bloom in temperate zones. These summer plants are popular for theirmagical fragrance and the delightful flavor of anything they are used for inthe kitchen.
Greenteas are frequently scented with jasmine flowers for their mesmerizing aromaand taste. That’s what makes the Jasmine Bud Tea. It is a Chinese caffeine-freeherbal tea made entirely of unopened Jasmine buds.
Youcan choose to drink this tea warm or pamper yourself this summer with its Icedtea version. When Jasmine buds are cold-brewed, their lush, meadowy flavorsbecome more pronounced.
- 2 tbsp Whole leaf food-grade Jasmine Buds Flower Tea
- 1-2 Cup Boiling Water
- 1 tbsp Honey or any sweetener of your choice
- 1 tbsp Lime Juice
- 2 Lemon wedges (to garnish, optional)
- Mint leaves (to garnish, optional)
- 2 Cup Ice Cubes
The first step to Homemade Jasmine Buds Flower iced Tea is the same as that of its hot version. Boil some water in the kettle. Fill the kettle with one cup of water per person.
In a mesh tea ball, place 1 teaspoon of Jasmine Buds Flower Tea for each person.
Put the ball into the kettle of hot water, and steep for about 4 minutes. Steep it for more time if you like a stronger tea.
In tall glasses, pour an equal amount of tea for each person, making sure to leave all tea leaves behind (if you can’t stand any leaves in your iced tea, make sure to strain the tea through a strainer).
Fill each glass half full with cold water.
Squeeze the juice from a half-lime into the glass.
Cut another lime into slices. Put a couple of slices in each glass. This step is optional.
Next, add a teaspoon of honey. Use brown sugar if you don’t have honey. Now, adjust the amount of both lime juice and honey/brown sugar as needed. To get the juice out of the lime slices, push them down with the back of a large spoon.
Drop in the ice cubes when the drink tastes right to you.
Stir the beverage. Garnish with mint leaves. And enjoy it with my family!
- To avoid bitter-tasting tea, make sure to remove the leaves and stems of fresh flowers should, as they tend to make the tea taste bitter if left on. This is only applicable if you use fresh flowers with green tea for your recipe instead of Teafloor’s Jasmine Tea.
- Adding ice to the drink will dilute the strength of the jasmine buds' essence. So, don’t under-steep your tea. You can use a little extra lime juice as well to balance the flavor.
- It is not recommended to steep your tea longer than five minutes, as it may become bitter.
The Final Words
Those were the ten easy steps to Homemade Jasmine Buds Flower Iced Tea Recipe. This iced tea is so easy to make that you don't even need to be an expert in the kitchen!
The vivid floral fragrances and gentle sweetness of Jasmine green teas are a splendid beginning point that will help you get up and start your day with a dainty green tea every morning.
Jasmine teas go well with a wide variety of dishes, so try pairing them with breakfast or lunch menus.
In addition to being such a dainty drink, it’s highly nutritious for your body. How?
Well, Jasmine Buds flower tea isn’t just full of delightful aroma. It is chock-full of antioxidants as well.
When consumed frequently, jasmine tea provides a wide range of health advantages, including rejuvenating the skin, increasing energy and metabolism, and aiding weight loss. It also aids in managing blood pressure and the enhancement of immunity.
The low-calorie drink is also great to relieve stress and putting you in a peaceful slumber. So, you can be sure to sleep well with the homemade jasmine buds flower iced tea recipe in your arsenal.
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