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How to make Jasmine milk tea – 10 minutes, 4 easy steps!

Taste The Difference With an Authentic Cup Of Jasmine Milk Tea!

I have always had a passion for making teas of all kinds. I just recently tried Jasmine Milk Tea Mix Powder, and I was hooked. After I got my fix, I was totally sold. Jasmine Milk tea is now my favourite. I would recommend all of you to try it too. At first, it seems a bit pricey, but the taste is worth your money. What’s more, it’s organic–that means it’s good for your body!

What is Jasmine milk tea?

Jasmine milk tea is a popular tea drink in Taiwan and China. The drink is made with jasmine flowers and milk. It’s usually served hot or cold, but it can be served hot or cold, depending on your preference.

The flavor of this tea is very delicate and sweet. Jasmine flowers are known for their intense fragrance, so this tea has a natural honey-like sweetness to it that makes it a great choice for those who want something light and refreshing on a hot day!

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Ingredients

  • Water
  • Milk (dairy,non-dairy or plant based)
  • Honey or sugar ( optional)
  • Jasmine tea leavesjasmine milk tea

How to make jasmine milk tea

  1. Heat 2 cups of water in a saucepan over mediumhigh heat until it boils                     
  2. Add 2 teaspoons of jasmine tea leaves to the boiling water and steep for 3 minutes, stirring occasionally. 
  3. Strain the tea into a mug or cup using a fine mesh sieve and discard the tea leaves.
  4. Stir 1 teaspoon of honey or sugar (or more to taste) into the hot jasmine tea until dissolved completely, then set aside to cool for 5 minutes before adding ice cubes if desired; alternatively you can keep it warm and enjoy as is! 
  5. Pour ½ cup cold milk over ice cubes (if using) in another mug or cup.
  6. Slowly pour the cooled jasmine tea over the cold milk, stirring gently as you go to combine them together.

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Tips for making the perfect jasmine milk tea

  •  Use jasminescented tea leaves when brewing the milk tea to give it an extra depth of flavor.
  • If you want a lighter taste, use more water than normal when brewing your tea leaves
  • To make sure that all the flavors come together nicely, steep the brewed tea in warm milk for about 5 minutes before adding ice cubes and serving cold with a straw or spoonful of tapioca pearls on top (optional).
  • Boil fresh water and let cool slightly before adding it to the teapot containing jasmine leaves; this will avoid overbrewing and bitterness in the final product.
  • Sweeten with raw honey or pure maple syrup to taste; avoid artificial sweeteners which can negate some of the health benefits of jasmine tea.
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Jasmine milk tea. Image credit: Sugar Yums

How to properly store your Jasmine Milk tea

The best way to keep your jasmine milk tea is in a sealed container in the fridge. This will keep the taste fresh and prevent it from going bad.

If you have leftovers, don’t worry! The leftover portion of your tea can be stored in an airtight container for up to 5 days.

Health benefits of Jasmine milk tea

Jasmine milk tea is a delicious tea that has been around for years. It has a sweet, flowery taste and a creamy texture. It’s great on its own or paired with other types of tea. But aside from being tasty and easy to drink, jasmine milk tea also has some great health benefits!

Here are just some of the reasons jasmine milk tea is healthy:

-It helps you sleep better. Jasmine tea contains magnesium, which is key for relaxing your muscles and nerves so you can get some much-needed rest.

-It detoxifies your body. Jasmine tea contains antioxidants that help flush out toxins from your system.

-It boosts your metabolism even more than regular green tea does! Drinking jasmine milk tea regularly can help you burn more calories throughout the day than if you weren’t drinking it!

Frequently asked questions about Jasmine Milk Tea

Q: What does Jasmine milk tea taste like?

A: Jasmine tea has a light, sweet floral flavor. It can also have notes of honey and grass depending on the type of jasmine used to make the tea.

Q: Does Jasmine tea make you sleepy?

A: No, jasmine tea does not make you sleepy. Many people drink it to help relax and unwind, but it is not known to have any direct effects on sleep.

Q : what is jasmine milk tea made of?

A: No, jasmine tea does not make you sleepy. Many people drink it to help relax and unwind, but it is not known to have any direct effects on sleep.

Q: Does Jasmine milk tea boba have caffeine?

A: Yes, jasmine tea boba usually contains caffeine.

Q: Nutritional facts of Jasmine milk tea

  • Calories: 80
  • Total Fat: 0g
  • Saturated Fat: 0g
  • Trans Fat: 0g
  • Cholesterol: 0mg
  • Sodium: 70mg
  • Total Carbohydrate: 16g
  • Dietary Fiber: 0g
  • Sugars: 15g

Conclusion

I have to say; I was really impressed by the taste of this Tea. The flavor is strong, as is the tea, but that allows for a lot of room for subtlety in your steeping process. A lot of other black teas often become too bitter when steeped for long periods of time, but Jasmine Milk Tea maintains a relatively smooth flavor at all times. The subtle aroma and the rich taste are both fantastic.

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Jasmine milk tea

Jasmine milk tea is a popular tea drink in Taiwan and China. The drink is made with jasmine flowers and milk. It's usually served hot or cold, but it can be served hot or cold, depending on your preference.
The flavour of this tea is very delicate and sweet.
Prep Time 5 mins
Total Time 5 mins
Course Drinks
Cuisine asian
Servings 1
Calories 80 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 1  cup f milk
  • 1/2 cup  heavy cream
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • 1 tbsp  jasmine tea leaves

Instructions
 

  • Pour the milk and cream into a small pot, and heat it over medium heat until it starts to simmer. Do not let it reach a full boil, or you'll risk scalding the milk.
  • Remove the pot from the heat and add your tea leaves. Let them steep for 5 minutes before straining out the leaves and discarding them (or using them again if you're making more than one batch).
  • Add your sugar, stir until dissolved, then taste and adjust as needed!
Keyword Jasmine milk tea

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