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Jasmine Green Tea Recipe

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Pooja Mattl, author of The 3 Day Reset, has high praise for this green tea variation: “For those unfamiliar with the flavor of green tea or those who find it too bitter, this kind of green tea offers a more palatable alternative as the beautiful, strong aroma and flavor of jasmine offsets the bitterness and at the same time, captivates the senses.” 

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Notes

(Mattl prefers Jasmine Pearl loose leaf tea by Rishi tea)

Ingredients

  • 1 Tablespoon loose leaf jasmine green tea
  • 8 Ounces filtered cold water

Directions

Place tea leaves in an infuser of choice (mesh ball, bag, etc.) and place in serving teacup or glass. Bring water to a boil, wait a minute, then pour it over the tea leaves. Let is steep for exactly 3 minutes — no longer or your tea will become too bitter. Remove the tea infuser or strain the tea. Save leaves; they’re good for one more infusion. Serve over ice.

Nutritional Facts
Servings1
Calcium7mg1%
Magnesium2mg1%
Potassium1mgN/A
Sodium9mgN/A