Jasmine Phoenix Pearls (#12) tea in bulk available for wholesale. Green tea from the Fujian province of China infused with the delicate scent of the night-blooming jasmine flowers. If you enjoy jasmine tea, we urge you to try the sublime taste of its well-made varieties. Our jasmine is an exotic Dragon Phoenix Pearl tea, comprised of intricate jasmine-infused pearls. Each pearl combines two delicate leaves and an unopened bud. When added to water, the pearls majestically unfurl, releasing their delicate scent and flavor. A spellbinding treat for all senses. While not cheap, this tea is well worth the experience.
This tea contains a moderate level of caffeine | Steep at 195° for 2-3 minutes.
In mythology, the phoenix is a bird that dies in fire only to rise again from its ashes. Closely related to the idea of renewal or regeneration, it has inspired and influenced countless stories since its ancient legends, including Harry Potter, which features both the Order of the Phoenix and the phoenix character Fawkes, and X-Men, which boasts the famous Phoenix character (a cosmic force frequently associated with telepath Jean Grey) and the Dark Phoenix arc. We can’t promise any super powers from our tea, but we do think you’ll feel pretty super taking a sip.
jasmine phoenix pearls (#12)
Simplify your preparation of loose tea with our "portion" packets. Each holds the right amount of leaves for one serving to enjoy at home, work or on the go. Simply rip, pour and steep, with nothing to measure or clean. Includes 100 servings.
100 count box @
20¢ per cup
Part of jasmine teas sampler
Explore a variety of teas with our popular sampler set.
Four teas included are:
jasmine chun hao, jasmine phoenix pearls, jasmine silver needle, jasmine yin hao,
1 jasmine teas - 4 samples @
Meet our jasmine phoenix pearls farmer, Lin Chui Feng
To ensure the best quality and value, we import our teas directly from the
countries in which they are grown, working closely with the farmers who tender
them. Our Roots Campaign connects our customers with the rich stories and the farmers
behind some of our most popular teas.
How long have you been growing tea?
What got you started in the tea industry?
“It is a family business. We live in the tea mountain area for many generations. I began to do some simply tea work since I was 10. When I was 16, I began to work formally for tea growing and production.”
Can you describe a typical day out in the field? How many hours would that be?
“I go to pick up the tea leaves in early morning at 5-6am and go back home around 6pm. Tea mountain is a wild and big area, we need to climb the mountain and need long walking. After picking we need to go to the factory to do some producing. Some times we have to work in the evening if necessary. Normally I will work 10-11 hours a day.”