Jasmine tea, known as 'sanpin-cha' in Okinawa, is a poplar for its fragrance. Nakazen's jasmine tea uses only high quality tea leaves grown in China. A semi-fermented tea leaves (20% fermentation) are scented with jasmine petals. Tea is classified into different types depending on the degree of fermentation, e.g., green tea (0%) and oolong tea (50-70%). Nakazen's Jasmine Tea is very lightly fermented like green tea, comes in tea bags.
- Place 1 tea bag of Jasmine tea into teapot and pour 200 ml (6.8 oz) boiling water for 2-3 min.