Appearance & Taste
The tea leaves are curly just like a snail, covered with sliver white fuzzy. The tea soup is full of jasmine aroma, which tastes smooth and pleasant. The wonderful jasmine fragrance melts into the fresh green tea soup giving you a taste of sweetness and long-lasting aftertaste. The colour of the tea soup of this jasmine tea is bright & clean golden without any impurity.
Adjust the amount of tea based on your own taste
Recommended using the bottom-drop Method:
- Warm the teaware with hot water. Discard the water afterward
- Add 1 teaspoon of tea for teacup/gaiwan (125ML), 2 teaspoons for glass (250ML) and 4 teaspoons for teapot (500ML)
- Pour hot water (85°C) into the teaware until it is one-third full
- Tilt the glass cup, slowly rotating it twice (this is to ensure a better infusion)
- Pour hot water (85°C) into the teaware until it is 70% full
- Infuse tea for around 3-5 minutes
- Drink until 1/3 of the tea is left before refilling
- Repeat a total of seven or more times
- Gradually increase steeping time for subsequent brews
Yunnan & Guangxi
Use the high-class green tea from Yunnan as a tea base, and scented in Heng County, Guangxi.
Harvest & Production
Timing & Ingredients
Ingredients: Premium quality green tea leaves scented by fresh jasmine blossoms.
Making Process: Making Process: Jasmine Tea is always made in the middle of the night: this is because jasmine flowers only bloom at night, giving the tea leaves the freshest jasmine fragrance. To make the jasmine tea pearls, the leaves are carefully layered with fresh and seasonally harvested jasmine blossoms, ensuring the tea leaves can slowly absorb the floral fragrance. In the morning, the flowers are removed. The whole process is then repeated when night falls again until the tea aroma and floral fragrance are perfectly balanced.