Jasmine Pearls
Jasmine Pearls
Jasmine Pearls
Jasmine Pearls

Jasmine Pearls


40 reviews

Made from just the bud of the tea bush, this lovely green tea is pan-fired to neutralize the oxidizing enzyme, then hand rolled into tiny pearls and placed amidst just-picked jasmine blossoms for scenting, no less than five times. A transcendent experience.

Tasting Notes:

Jasmine, papaya, honey water

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Regular price $30.00 Sale price $27.00 Save $3.00
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Kate H.
United States United States

Most beautiful bouquet. This is what other Jasmine teas want to be but fall short. Miles apart from other brands.

Olivia C.
United States United States
Jasmin Pearls tea

Love, love, love this tea! I am hooked! Great flavor and smooth!

Tamara S.
United States United States
AMAZING! Like drinking Spring!

This tea has become my new addiction and 'daily drinker.' I am a florist, and the scent of the jasmine rising from the cup is intoxicating. I have tried many jasmine teas over the years, and this one is THE BEST. Treat yourself, you deserve it!

Kristin L.
United States United States
So fragrant!

Love this tea! Beautiful bouquet. It gives me an energy boost without caffeine jitters and I feel so healthy after drinking it.

Helen N.
United States United States
Jasmine Tea

Bought two types of Jasmine teas n it was great n will definitely buy again! Packaging is very nice as well.


Full leaf China green tea scented with jasmine blossoms.

Blend Numerology

Ultimate perfection and double good luck.


For best flavor, bring spring or freshly drawn filtered water to 185 degrees. Steep 1 tsp (3.5 g) for three minutes while flashing a pearly smile.

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Jasmine Pearls

Chinese Green Tea

In northern Fujian Province, China, Jasmine Pearls are produced using just the bud of the tea bush. Harvested in spring and pan fired to neutralize their oxidizing enzyme, the slender green buds are rolled into tiny pearls and stored until July, when the jasmine flowers begin to bloom. The pearls are then layered between just-picked jasmine blossoms. This scenting process can be repeated up to four times before the spent jasmine is removed to create the finest tea.

Fujian Province

Fujian Province is one of the most famous tea growing regions located on the southeast coast of China. Black, white and oolongs teas are all thought to have originated from this province. With Taiwan so close in proximity, there has been much sharing of knowledge between the two in terms of tea plants and production. Jasmine Pearls begin their production in April and are finished in June and July.