Q brought this tea back from China a few years ago. It had just enough English on the bag that I was able to figure out (more or less) what it is. The jasmine smell is very strong and the flavor is pretty mild, but I’m not sure about the ‘long-standing’ bit. Like the tea in many Chinese restaurants, it seems to get bitter fairly quickly.
Mo Li Mao Jian
Jasmine-scented Maojian Tea is processed by the traditional fumigating method, using high-quality green tea and high-grad plump and snow-white jasmine flowers. After infusion, its clear in tea water, elegant in fragrance, mellow and full in taste; and it’s long-standing for infusing. Moreover, it gives a long-lasting aromatic aftertaste. Regular use can help inprove health and benefit form its pharmacological action. It ranks top amongst tea products.