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Article Teaser: Jasmine tea is the most popular variety of flavored tea. And, vanilla jasmine is a unique blend of this fine tea, blended especially for extra flavor. If you've never tried vanilla jasmine tea, you're in for a real treat.

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Drinking Vanilla Jasmine Tea

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Jasmine tea is the most popular variety of flavored tea. And, vanilla jasmine is a unique blend of this fine tea, blended especially for extra flavor. If you've never tried vanilla jasmine tea, you're in for a real treat.

Of course, vanilla jasmine tea is a variation on the popular jasmine tea, which has been produced in China for centuries. To make traditional jasmine tea, jasmine blossoms are plucked in the morning, just as they're beginning to open and are kept in a cool place until evening. At night, as the jasmine blossoms begin to release their fragrance, they are added to the loose tea leaves, infusing them with the wonderful aroma and sweet flavor of jasmine. To made vanilla jasmine tea, pieces of vanilla bean or vanilla extract are also infused into the tea, imparting vanilla's sweet and comforting flavor and aroma to the tea. Jasmine and vanilla work beautifully together, creating a tea that is sweet and calming, with a wonderful fragrance.

Most of the world's plain jasmine tea is still produced in China and is still made from green tea. This is because China grows some of the largest and most heavily scented jasmine blossoms and because China's green tea leaves are some of the loosest, which helps them to properly absorb the jasmine flavor and scent. However, vanilla jasmine tea is made from many different varieties of tea. In fact, black vanilla jasmine tea is nearly as popular as green vanilla jasmine tea. You can also find vanilla jasmine tea in white and oolong varieties, too. White vanilla jasmine tea is particularly sweet and mild, while oolong vanilla jasmine tea is fruity with a very distinct flavor.

The flavor of black vanilla jasmine tea varies more widely than that of other tea varieties. This is because black tea comes in such a wide variety of flavors and strengths, depending upon the type of black tea and where it's grown. Because black tea has a stronger flavor, black vanilla jasmine tea will have a more subtle vanilla jasmine taste because the tea is stronger and more boldly flavored.

As with all teas, the secret to making the best cup of vanilla jasmine tea lies in choosing fine tea and brewing it correctly. Begin by using quality loose tea purchased from a tea shop known for dealing in only the finest teas. You should look for vanilla jasmine tea that has been made using only real jasmine blossoms with vanilla bean pieces or vanilla extract combined with first grade tea leaves. Brew the tea using fresh cold water. Put the water in a clean tea kettle and bring it to a boil on the stove. Meanwhile, put hot tap water in your teapot to warm it up while the water is heating.

Once the water boils, remove the tap water from your pot and add your tea leaves. For white vanilla jasmine tea, use about 2 teaspoons of loose tea per cup. For other vanilla jasmine teas, you'll only need about 1 teaspoon per cup. Different varieties of tea require different water temperatures and different steeping times. The table below will give you a guideline for brewing your vanilla jasmine tea.

Tea Variety Water Temperature Steeping Time

Black Vanilla Jasmine Boiling 3-5 minutes White Vanilla Jasmine 185F 5-8 minutes Green Vanilla Jasmine 160F 1-2 minutes Oolong Vanilla Jasmine 190 2-3 minutes

Brewing good tea requires following water temperature and steeping guidelines carefully. Water that is too hot can compromise the flavor of the tea, particularly with delicate white and green teas. On the other hand, water that is not hot enough will not brew the tea properly. Over steeping your tea will make it bitter, while under steeping it can make it quite flavorless.

Vanilla jasmine tea is not only a delicious treat, but it's good for you, too. Regardless of the variety of tea you use, your vanilla jasmine tea may be one of the best things you can do to relieve the stress in your life and you're your anxiety. Both vanilla and jasmine have been revered for their ability to quiet anxiety and even treat depression. You'll likely find that vanilla jasmine tea is the perfect way to end your day, calming you and readying you for peaceful sleep.

In addition, tea itself has long been noted for its health benefits. White, green and oolong teas, in particular, are very high in anti-oxidants, which help protect our bodies from disease and aging. Black tea is healthy, too, though its anti-oxidants have been somewhat compromised by the fermentation process.

Tea's anti-oxidants have been shown to fight heart disease, high cholesterol and many forms of cancer. They have also been shown to help naturally regulate insulin and aid in weight loss. Lifelong tea drinkers live longer, age more gracefully, are more likely to be of a normal weight and are less likely to suffer from a serious illness.

When you combine the health benefits of tea drinking with the calming effects of using vanilla and jasmine, you've created an extremely healthy beverage that can help you stay relaxed and prevent illness and aging.

There's a vanilla jasmine tea for everybody. Because these flavors blend well with black, white, green and oolong teas, you can find a vanilla jasmine tea that suits your particular tea tastes. So, find the one that's right for you and drink up! It's delicious and good for you!


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