According to legend, there once was a little girl who had a brother who was very ill, and no medicine was able to cure him. One day the brave girl despaired and went to the Dragon who lived on the mountain in a cave for help. The Dragon took pity on the child and as a reward for her courage gave her a precious pearl. A fragrant bush grew from this pearl, and when the girl gave her brother an infusion of the leaves from the bush, the boy was miraculously healed.
Externally, the tea is very similar to precious pearls. The tea leaves are manually rolled into small balls, and then they are laid out among the jasmine flowers, so that the tea leaves absorb their flavor. For the production of tea pearls two upper leaves on the cutting are picked, the leaves are twisted around the cutting. When correctly brewed, this drink should be a slightly yellowish color with a delicate aroma of noble jasmine.