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Dragon Pearls – the Sara Lee of teas. Who doesn’t like Dragon Pearls? As amazing as they are to watch once they unfurl, the leaf is large and fluffy. Dry this smelled a bit minty to me and it did leave a nice cooling sensation on the breath. There is no bitterness, no astringency. This is simply natural flavored Chinese green tea. It is very clean and fresh with a lingering sweet aftertaste. A very good cup. Actually, four very good mugs.

Babble

“Dragon Pearls – the Sara Lee of teas. Who doesn’t like Dragon Pearls?” Hahaha, I have to agree. They’re a good go-to loose green tea.

LiberTEAS

singing along to the Sara Lee jingle … “nobody doesn’t like Dragon Pearls” I’m such a dork. LOL

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Babble

“Dragon Pearls – the Sara Lee of teas. Who doesn’t like Dragon Pearls?” Hahaha, I have to agree. They’re a good go-to loose green tea.

LiberTEAS

singing along to the Sara Lee jingle … “nobody doesn’t like Dragon Pearls” I’m such a dork. LOL

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