Jasmine Rose Organic Green Tea

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Lemon Balm

A perennial plant grown in Bulgaria, lemon balm grows to about 6 feet and offers a mild, peaceful, lemony aroma and flavor. We use it in several of our teas to provide a calming effect and to subtly enhance flavor. Lemon balm is often used to fight inflamation, treat anxiety, sleep problems, nervousness and ADHD. 
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Grown in Thailand and native to Asia, Lemongrass is known for its long slender leaves with hard purple-tinged stems. It grows in tropical climates and has a sweet, fragrant lemony scent. Fraser Tea uses lemongrass for its light citrus flavor and its ability to add extra depth and character to its tea. Lemongrass contains vitamins and minerals and is used to detoxify, help fight cancer, aid in the treatment of diabetes and many other ailments.
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Grown in Germany's mountainous Black Forest region, rosehips are considered the fruit of the rose plant. They are typically red and orange in color, but can grow darker. Rosehip tastes mild and fruity, often with tangy and sweet pear notes. One ounce of concentrated rosehip oil contains as much Vitamin C as a dozen oranges. Fraser Tea incorporates rosehip into several teas to give a tangy punch of flavor. Rosehip is sometimes considered a stimulant, a diuretic, and it may be used in treatment for diarrhea or to boost for the immune system.


Jasmine Rose Organic Green Tea blends two soothing florals into an antioxidant rich organic green tea creating a relaxing and healthy beverage for day or night. The delicate green tea is scented with both jasmine blossoms and rose petals to produce its heady aroma.  Commonly used as an anti-depressant in traditional Chinese medicine, this lovely blend creates a gentle, relaxing, soothing sensation.


Mild calming floral aroma and gentle refreshing flavor


Jasmine Pearls*, Green Tea*, Rose Petal*, Organic Flavor*, Lemongrass*, Lemonbalm*,  Safflower*, Calendula*,   *Certified Organic


50 Milligrams of Caffeine

Who Grew Your Tea?

China leads the world when it comes to the production of tea.The tea industry accounts for more than 1 million tons of tea harvested annually and employs more than 80 million people. When Fraser Tea founders sought to source its...

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Brewing Method

1 tsp/sachet


2 min

2 tsp/sachets
for iced tea

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