Jasmine Silver
Needle Pest.Free

Super Premium 96 P.

Super premium silver needle tea cultivated at 700m elevation in the top terroir of Fuding in Fujian Province. Triple hand-mixed for an elegant fragrance with jasmine blossoms from Heng, Guangxi: the origin of jasmine tea. 70g
  • From Fuding, the acclaimed terroir for white tea
  • Triple hand-mixed with fresh jasmine blossoms (no artificial flavours)
  • Blossoms sourced from Guangxi, the top terroir for jasmine
  • Jasmine blossoms hand-removed from the silver needles after each mixing
  • Hand picked at 700m elevation
Character Elegant, creamy mineral tones, robust yet pleasant jasmine flavour, light, energising, delicately buttery
Tea Garden Renowned family-operated tea farm
Terroir Fuding, Fujian, China
Harvest Spring 2023, hand-selected leaf buds
Cultivar Fuding Da Bai Hao (100%)
Elevation 700m above sea level
Oxidation/Fermentation  Occasionally outdoor air-drying, but mostly indoor air-drying and withering for 2-3 days on bamboo baskets at room temperature. Triple fragrancing with fresh jasmine blossoms. Oven dried at the last stage.
Laboratory Tests Pesticides (06/2017)
Grade 96/100 p. (jasmine category); Super Premium

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€186.25 / 1kg
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Tea Farm

We sourced this refined tea exclusively from a small, family-operated tea farm in a prime location: Fuding, the internationally acclaimed region for silver needle tea. The field for this tea is located at 700m elevation at Mt. Taimu, the birthplace of white tea and top terroir in Fuding.



Traditionally, jasmine tea is produced by mixing fragrant blossoms with white tea. No additional flavours are added in any other form. We offer jasmine tea made with silver needles that is produced according to these same standards. The delicate floral notes of the tea leaves (da bai hao cultivar) perfectly complement the intense aroma of jasmine blossoms.

The most exquisite silver needles from Mt. Taimu are selected for this tea. The needles are then naturally fragranced via mixing with fresh jasmine blossoms from the acclaimed growing region of Heng in Guangxi. The jasmine blossoms are mixed with the tea and then carefully removed by hand. For each of the three mixing stages, new blossoms are used. The resulting tea is exceptionally elegant and creamy with delicate notes of butter and an intense jasmine aroma. The tea is furthermore rich in L-theanine and caffeine.


Fine silver needles (Zhenxingcha 针形茶)


Light yellow-orange

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Cultivation & Processing

The tea field is located in an idyllic mountainous landscape at over 700m elevation. The terroir offers ideal growing conditions with steep mountain slopes and good drainage. The tea farm is near the Taimushan National Park with its spectacular peaks, river valleys, and waterfalls.

The jasmine blossoms used for fragrancing are sourced from the acclaimed "jasmine region" of Heng in Guangxi Province, Southwestern China. Numerous farmers cultivate jasmine on over 10 hectares of land there. Exquisite jasmine has been grown in the region for centuries.

Single Origin

This tea is exclusively sourced from the above mentioned tea farm in Fuding near Mt. Taimu. Sourced directly from the tea farmer.


Brewing Guide

3 heaped tsp in 100-300ml (70°C) water. Steep for 3 minutes. Suitable for several infusions.


High quality, airtight, resealable standing zipper pouch with 9 protective layers to preserve flavour and protect against oxidation and contamination.

Recommended Accessories

For an especially aromatic infusion, we recommend a yixing teapot made from clay, or a black tokoname kyusu with a fine ceramic strainer. Alternatively, a tall glass teapot with an integrated sieve can be used for a more neutral taste.

Laboratory Tests

The purity of our formulas is important to us. This is why we have both our raw ingredients as well as our finished products extensively tested by independent laboratories to confirm purity and active ingredient content. Here, we have provided the results of some of the tests carried out on this product.

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