405 * Jasmine Snow Bud – Scented Green Tea



Amore Tea 405 * Jasmine Snow Bud (Xue Ya) – Scented green tea. The elegance of this jasmine scented version of early spring harvest, icked from the high-mountain varietal of Fujian Province, and named for the white snow-coloured buds. This tea is harvested early and captures nuanced and sweet tastes of the spring season. The leaf tends to be more curled and wiry. It is an aromatic tea that consists of twisted green and silver buds that are scented with jasmine blossom. It produces a full-bodied and rounded delicate flavour. The floral taste has a creamy mouthfeel with fruity floral notes and a lingering sweet aftertaste.

This tea is perfectly complimented by the fresh, floral flavours of spring harvested jasmine blossoms, as the fresh jasmine flowers were layered 7 consecutive times within the tea to impart a sweet, fruity aroma. It is usually described as having a delicate and elegant aroma. They layer the tea and the jasmine blossoms and leave the to infuse over night. It takes a minimum of four hours for the tea to absorb the jasmine’s fragrance. After the leaves and flowers are separated the process is repeated. For higher grades this process can be repeated up to 6 or 7 times! Scenting the leaves is a highly skilled and time consuming job, but we think, it’s well worth the effort which is all of our jasmine teas are scented!

Our particular jasmine snow bud tea is well-suited to brewing in a glass cup: the aroma of the leaves and jasmine flowers flow up from the liquid, the leaves themselves dancing within the cup while the jasmine slowly floats to the surface, and gradually becomes transparent like melting snow.

Origin: Fuzhou, China
Cultivation: single origin, organic
Tasting Notes: jasmine | umami | delicate | floral 
Weight 0.050 kg
Dimensions 10 × 11 cm

Green loose leaf tea


Green tea

Tasting Notes

jasmine, umami, floral, delicate


50g Glassine bag, 5g sample


avoid heat, light and moisture

Brew Guide

1. Place 1g tea per 25ml water
2. Rinse before starting the infusion, rinse the leaves with a very fast washing in order to let them rehydrate and release a more intense brew.
3. Boil Water to 75℃ (Pref Filtered Water).
4. Begin with a 30-sec brew. Increase with each successive brew as needed.
5. Tea can be brewed up to 5-6 times

1. Place 1g per 100ml water
2. Boil Water to75℃ (Pref Filtered Water).
3. Brew for 2 mins. Remove tea. Increase with each successive brew as needed.
*Condimentsare not advised.

Quantity: 1 gr. of tea every 100 ml of water
Put the tea leaves in room temperature water and steep for 6 hours. Filter the liquor and drink within 24 hours.