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Jasmine Black Tea
Jasmine Black Tea
Jasmine Black Tea
Jasmine Black Tea
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Jasmine Black Tea

Aromatic loose leaf black tea scented with fresh jasmine flowers. Notes of jasmine, oak bark, hay, mango and plum.
1.06 oz (30 g)
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Jasmine scented teas are appreciated all around the world. Although usually unoxidized teas like green or white teas are used as a base, we have chosen a loose leaf black tea  from the Nilgiri region and the outcome is phenomenal! Our Jasmine Black Tea is scented naturally using real jasmine flowers. The tea contains no additives or oils and is so naturally delicious. 

The black tea gives a full bodied cup, lasting aftertaste, mild astringency and a mineral texture with an extremely rich mouthfeel. Beautiful aromas of jasmine are noticed throughout with lovely undertones of oak bark, hay and plum. With about 4-5 infusions per serving, this tea is an absolute winner! Jasmine Black Tea makes a lovely warm cup to relax with in the evening. It is also lovely iced as a cold brew, mixed with a juice or as part of a cocktail.

Tasting Profile

Fruity - Mango, plum
Floral - jasmine
Woody - oak
Vegetal - grass (hay)

Jasmine Black Tea Ingredients

Semi-whole leaf black tea

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Make the perfect tea

Steeping Instructions

Western Style

Number of infusions per 2.5 g serving: 4-5


2.5 gms (use a digital scale) of tea (use a digital scale)


4-5 fl-oz (120-150 ml or 1/2 - 2/3rd cup) of water at 195°F - 210°F (90°C - 99°C)

Steeping Time
Steeping Time
  • 1st infusion:1 minute
    Pour and enjoy
  • 2nd infusion: 30 - 45 seconds
  • 3rd infusion:1 minute


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Elephants help define the entire ecosystem and are the “gardeners of the planet”. They consume different varieties of berries, bark, leaves, roots, and foliage; and wander across vast forests, dispersing seeds in their dung. The Indian elephant is listed as an endangered species with only 20,000-25,000 left in the wild.

Chaiwala Elephant