Jasmine white tea : Dragon’s Precious Pearl

Dragon’s Precious Pearl

Sort of Tea - Long Feng Zhen Zhu Hua Cha



Origin - Fujian Province

Dragon’s Precious Pearl
Dragon’s Precious Pearl

The tea is named Dragon’s Precious Pearl for a reason: in Chinese tradition, a Dragon holding a precious pearl protects the home from evil spirits, and is considered a symbol of wealth and fortune. During production, carefully selected buds and delicate tea leaves undergo several stages of drying together with large freshly picked flowers of white jasmine. Each contact of tea leaves and jasmine blossoms lasts several hours, after which jasmine is carefully removed from the tea. Long Feng Zhen Zhu Hua Cha’s outward appearance resembles delicate pearls. Silvery patches of velvety hairs show on their glossy surface, with rich dark-green and emerald peeking through. The clear pale-peach infusion’s complex bouquet features a pronounced aroma of flowers and tea and a refreshing full-bodied slightly sweet flavor.

 

Sort of Tea: Long Feng Zhen Zhu Hua Cha

Origin: Fujian Province, China

Contents according to the Chinese classification: elite white tea, jasmine blossoms

Brewing method: pour 300 ml of water at 75-80 ˚C over 3 grams of tea. The tea can be brewed up to three times.

Net weight: 200 gram