The original Chinese name translates as "Girl's Rings". In the olden days, an obligatory condition for the production of this tea was that the entire production cycle – from the picking of tea leaves to twisting of rings – was carried out manually. And at all stages the work was performed by only young girls, and due to the visual similarity of leaves with small rings, this variety got its name.
For Nuar Huan Moli only the second leaves, of the same size, are selected. They are then processed according to the production technology of green teas. The unusual shape of these freshly picked tea leaves is made using bamboo sticks. After this process, the tea rings are mixed with the buds of jasmine, so that the tea leaves absorb its floral fragrance. To maximize the interaction of tea with essential oils of jasmine, the rings can be mixed with the flower several times.