Teas; jasmine tea;indian teas vs. celon teas. What do you think?
July 8, 2007 5:40am CST
The most popular blend of flavoured tea in the world is jasmine tea.If you`ve never tried one of the many varieties of jasmine teas,you`ve missed out on a real treat!And,in fact,there are an endless variety of jasmine teas to choose from!There are likely many more varieties of jasmine teas in the world that you are not even aware of! What makes jasmine teas so special is it`s blend of high quality loose tea leaves with jasmine petals.The jasmine petals inpart a delicate yet very aromatic fragrance to the tea. Jasmine teas have been produced i China for over 700 years. The original production of jasmine tea included plucking the jasmine blossoms just as they are begining to bloom and adding them to the tea leaves at night to insure the best infusion of the aroma and flavour to the tea. Today most of the jasmine teas in the world is still produced in China,and many people assume that all jasmine teas are Chinese.However,jasmine tea is produced in India and Sri Lanka,too.
10 Jul 07
i just had jasmine tea this morning, because i ran out of green tea. just 3 sips of it, then i got palpitations, and my head became light, i had short breaths, i thought that i would pass out. i ran to the nurse who's just a room away, to have my bp taken. it was normal but my palpitations didn't stop it was racing. i thought maybe the tea had something to do with it, and she said that her husband also have had palpitations with jasmine tea. i checked what i just put in, and i remember i've cooked a handful of the tea leaves in a 500 liter water. was it too much? did the jasmine tea caused my palpitations?