Bulk Jasmine Flower Whole

Jasminum officinale
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[ 1378 ]Jasminum officinale

Jasmine Flower Whole

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Jasmine is a climbing vine in the olive family found throughout tropical areas of Europe, Asia and Africa. The rose-like blooms of the plant are prized for their beauty.

Jasmine flowers, which symbolize motherhood, are made into garlands or worn in the hair. The flowers are also tinctured to produce perfume and are added to tea blends.

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approximate cups to one pound18
plant part usedflower

buying & keeping

general guidelines and tips

storage tipsStore in an airtight container in a dark cabinet.
appearance & aromaPale yellow buds. It is normal for dried jasmine flowers to retain none of the fragrance they have as live blossoms. These buds have no aroma.


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cosmeticUse to make infusions to produce floral water (hydrosols) for soap, shampoo, lotions and other products for hair and skin.
decorativeUse in floral displays, potpourri and in linen and drawer sachets.
culinaryExcellent in teas, especially when combined with other floral ingredients.
industrialJasmine is widely used in the cosmetic and perfume industries.

flavor profile

jasmine flower

Sweet and floral. Blends well with other dried flowers, mild herbs and citrus peel.

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what else you should know

jasmine flower

Jasmine represents a genus of more than 200 flowering vines and shrubs of the Oleaceae family, which includes the olive tree. Common jasmine, (Jasminum officinale), also known as poet's jasmine, is the species revered for its floral scent. The plant has been grown as an ornamental and for its highly fragrant flowers for centuries in China, Japan and throughout Southeast Asia and Indonesia. Jasmine is also the national flower of Pakistan, where it is commonly known as "Chambeli."

An oil produced from the flowers called jasmine absolute is so prized for its scent that it's referred to as the "King of Oils." Not surprisingly, this oil is a bit pricey, not just because of its popularity but because it takes a lot of flowers to produce a small amount of oil. However, the cost of its use in perfumery and cosmetics is tempered by the fact that only a tiny amount is needed to capture the scent.

Jasmine flowers are commonly enjoyed in China as a tea, sometimes combined with green or black teas. In fact, "flowering teas" are hand woven from bundled tea leaves with a closed jasmine flower bud at the center, which appears to bloom as the bundle unfolds in response to steeping in hot water.

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