Dragon Pearl Whole Teas
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Fitting with sushi
I have been drinking this tea for twenty years. It’s probably my “house tea”. Here’s a lesson I learned years ago sampling and drinking tea in SF’s China Town. Buy the higher grade. You can buy loose tea at $20 a pound or at $60-80 a pound. I can get multiple cups off the higher grade so on a unit cost basis it’s cheaper than using $20 tea. I drink a lot of Chinese teas, but now and then I’ll have cup of licorice tea to settle the stomach. I also like gunpowder tea, and there’s a very common variety of tea that comes in a molded ball form (can’t remember the name at the moment). It’s a good anti-cancer tea. I used to get it in China Town for a $1 a piece, and they give you a baker’s dozen for $12.
Meh. I suddenly have a dislike for this tea…
Dinner time with a salad!
The last of this. You will be missed, tasty tea.
Definitely on a green tea drink-down.
Semi-accidentally tossed this on top of spent macadamia rooibos from last night. Not at all bad!
Drinking more of this to power my evening!
It feels as though it has been a while since I last had this tea, so I am bringing it back!
Mixing in a bit of matcha for that kick, which is necessary this morning…
Mixed in a bit of matcha for some added kick and flavor complexity.
Am mixing the last bit of this with the Supreme Yunnan from last night. What can I say, Fujian Premium Black. It has been a long ride, and you, in all your mediocrity, have stuck by me through thick and thin. You were a decent daily drinker.
Spicing it up with Citrus Ginger herbal blend.
I mixed in a bit of ginger to spice up this tea on a hot evening. Delicious.
Mixing it up with Boston Tea Co’s Cranberry Blood Orange Rooibos.
Yum! Breakfast of tea, eggs, bacon, toast, and strawberries.
Looking back through the comments, I think that I might have logged this tea more than anyone else on Steepster. This tea has been good to me, serving as a go-to oolong for day-to-day, big pot-drinking. And here it is, at the end of its container. Second container, actually. Fare thee well, reliable tea.
Mixed with Boston Tea Company’s Blood Orange Rooibos