Also called Dragon's Tears. Cultivated on the Wu Yi Mountain, Fujian province in China, this tea comes from a spring harvest. Two hand-picked leaves and a bud are first steamed and shaped into pearls which, upon infusion, open and stretch releasing a floral jasmine bouquet.
The production of this tea is long. The leaves are scented six times by superimposing jasmine flowers on them which are then removed.
The crystalline liquor gives off a rich and full-bodied taste, with fresh and delicately floral flavors. A refined tea.