Mo Li Xiang pronounced Mo Lee She'On, means “Jasmine Flower Fragrance”, due to its aroma and taste. Nothing like common jasmine pearls, much more gentle, subtle, sweet, and with an astonishingly long aftertaste. These dark, long, gently twisted leaves come from Fenghuang (also known as Phoenix) Mountain, near Chaozhou in the Guangdong Province of China. At 2000-4200 feet, Phoenix Mountain is the perfect microclimate for superb quality Dan Cong Oolongs. These very low production/small batch leaves come from only older tea trees. Rare delicacy direct from Tea Master Huang Shu Wei, where we spent three days at his tea factory. This is a medium oxidized oolong. For brewing, use a heaping teaspoon of tea (since it's airy and twisted) for each 8oz of 190 degree water (less than boiling). Brew 3 minutes, and this can be re-infused about 3 times or more, increasing brew time 30 secs to 1 min.