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Moli Longzhu

Moli Longzhu

Our popular jasmine tea has a bold yet smooth flavor and an elegant hand-rolled pearl style. It is traditionally scented with real jasmine flowers, making it an excellent everyday tea with a lasting floral character. Affordable and high quality.
50 g
Regular price €17,00 EUR
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Flavor Notes
Candy, Flowers
Plucking Standard
One bud, two leaves
Dabai, Dahao
Withering, Roasting, Flavoring
Harvest Year
Harvest Time
Early April
Moli Longzhu

The Farm Story

Jasmine-scented teas are very popular in China, second only to green tea. We carefully select producers who use real jasmine flowers to scent their tea, rather than oils or additives. This traditional method ensures that the jasmine aroma persists over multiple infusions. Our pearl jasmine teas are made from rolled tea leaves harvested from Dabai and Dahao white tea bushes. These cultivars produce a smooth flavor. Tea master Lin Xingxiong crafts both classic Fujian white teas and jasmine-scented green teas from the same bushes.

Fuding City
Tea Maker
Lin Xingxiong
Over 577 acres individually, 3300 acres collectively
Average 550m
Mid-subtropical monsoon climate with four distinct seasons and abundant rainfall; distinct marine climate characteristics; 80% forest coverage.
Red, yellow, and purple alluvial soil; pH 4 - 6.3.
Fertilization Method
No pesticides or herbicides; weeded from October to November; fertilized after weeding.
  • Pour hot water into the gaiwan, swirling it around to warm the vessel. Pour out the water, leaving the gaiwan and lid warm.
  • Measure the appropriate amount of tea leaves based on your personal preference and the type of tea. Typically, the tea is usually brewed at a ratio of 1:20, it's about 5-8g of tea leaves for a standard-sized gaiwan.
  • Put the measured tea leaves into the preheated gaiwan.
  • Pour hot water over the tea leaves.
  • Allow the tea to steep for a short time, usually 10-20 seconds for the first infusion.
  • Hold the lid slightly ajar to create a small opening, and pour the tea into a fairness pitcher or directly into small cups, straining the leaves.
  • Take a moment to appreciate the aroma of the freshly brewed tea. The first infusion is often more about awakening the leaves than consuming the tea.
  • For subsequent infusions, repeat the process, gradually increasing the steeping time. Tea leaves can be infused multiple times, and each infusion may reveal different flavors.
  • Experiment with the steeping time to find the flavor profile you enjoy. As a general guide, increase the steeping time by a 5-10 seconds with each subsequent infusion.
  • Sip and enjoy the tea. The leaves can often be reinfused several times, revealing evolving flavors. Continue the process until the leaves lose their flavor.

You can brew tea using a gaiwan, allowing you to experience the nuanced flavors and aromas of the tea leaves. Adjustments can be made based on personal preferences and the specific type of tea you are brewing.

Brewing Method
Gaiwan Method
Tea Weight
Brew Ratio
Brew Water
110 - 150g
Water Temperature
Brew Time
30 seconds

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