Mo Li Hua Tea

Mo Li Hua translates to ‘Jasmine Flower’ and refers to a Chinese green tea, which is scented heavily with fresh jasmine flowers. The jasmine flowers are typically removed after the scenting process, but you could possibly find this tea with dried jasmine flowers still in it.

The leaves are mossy-green and should be extremely aromatic.

The tea is likely named after the popular Chinese folk song which shares the same name, Mo Li Hua. The song dates back to the 18th century and has been performed at major global events, such as The Olympics.

Alternate Names

  • Jsamine Flower Tea

Aroma & Flavor Profile

As the name suggests, the flavor and aroma profile of Mo Li Hua oolong tea has notes of jasmine, due to being scented with jasmine flowers.

This is often a particularly aromatic tea.

Travis Joynson

Travis Joynson

Travis Joynson is the founder and chief editor of the Professional Tea Taster.

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