March 21, 2022

Does Jasmine Tea Have Caffeine?

Tea is a great drink. Take this not from the tea aficionados we are here at Sin Columna, but... from the whole wide world. Not only has this drink been around for literally thousands of years, but it has managed to be incredibly popular too. Statisics show that over 159 million Americans drink tea every […]

Jason Pittock

March 21, 2022

Tea is a great drink. Take this not from the tea aficionados we are here at Sin Columna, but... from the whole wide world. Not only has this drink been around for literally thousands of years, but it has managed to be incredibly popular too. Statisics show that over 159 million Americans drink tea every day, and nearly 70% of the people in the UK declare themselves as tea drinkers. Beyond green tea, however, there are many other types of tea people enjoy -- and jasmine is among them. Does jasmine tea have caffeine, though?

Read on and find out everything you need to know about jasmine tea and its properties.

What Is Jasmine Tea?

Jasmine tea is a type of tea that is made with jasmine flowers. The blossoms are picked and added to tea leaves, which gives the drink its unique flavor. Jasmine tea is often compared to green tea because of its light and delicate taste, but it does have some differences. For instance, jasmine tea is often brewed for a longer time than green tea, and it also has a somewhat sweeter taste.

Does Jasmine Tea Have Caffeine

Does Jasmine Tea Have Caffeine?

In short, Jasmine tea does have caffeine. How much caffeine is in jasmine tea, though? That depends on the type of jasmine tea you are drinking. Some varieties of jasmine tea have more caffeine than others. Generally speaking, however, most types of jasmine tea contain about 25-50 mg of caffeine per cup (depending on the type of jasmine tea you're having and on how much you brew it).

Jasmine Tea Health Benefits

While the caffeine contents in jasmine tea might not be OK from a health perspective (especially if you suffer from certain medical conditions such as high blood pressure), it is important to note that even in a concentrated brew, jasmine tea has a lot less caffeine than coffee.

Furthermore, jasmine tea has many other notable health benefits. Some of the most widespread ones include:

  • Jasmine tea has anti-inflammatory properties that can help to reduce inflammation throughout the body
  • It also contains antioxidants, which scavenge harmful toxins and byproducts from the body
  • Jasmine tea is a natural relaxant, meaning it can help to relieve stress and tension headaches
  • Lastly, drinking jasmine  tea regularly can help to boost your overall mental health and well-being!

Jasmine Tea: FAQs

What is jasmine tea?

Jasmine tea is a type of tea made with jasmine flowers. The blossoms are picked and added to tea leaves, which gives the drink its unique flavor.

How to make jasmine tea? 

Brew jasmine tea using 1 teaspoon of loose tea leaves or 2 grams of tea dust for every 8 ounces of water. Bring the water to a boil, then allow it to cool for about 2 minutes before pouring it over the tea leaves. Steep for 3-5 minutes, then enjoy!

Is jasmine tea good for you?

In short, yes, jasmine tea is good for you. DO note, however, that jasmine tea does have caffeine, so if you have an issue with that, you might want to consider having just one cup every day.

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