Pearl Jasmine Green Tea

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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “I did not have a good night last night, in fact it was one of the worst in a long time, not meaning to start drama but it consisted of no sleep, a spouse argument, broken tea drawers and me...” Read full tasting note
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  • “You know those photos of pretty bohemian looking girls walking through cornfields, or poppy fields, or...well, walking through fields. They may possibly have a floppy hat on, invariably a white...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I'm very picky about my jasmine teas and I find that most of them are overly perfumed for my tastes. This one however is nice and subtle and it's quite natural. There's a bit of sweetness...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Happy Canada Day!! After spending a day outside in the beautiful sunshine, came home to this cold brewed tea. Maybe it's just the heat, but this is super refreshing! I love love love jasmine teas...” Read full tasting note
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    vc 41 tasting notes

From Dragon Tea House

The most popular of all scented teas, Pearl jasmine are created by rolling specially plucked long downy shoots into little silvery “pearls” which are naturally scented multiple times with fresh, aromatic jasmine flowers. Pearl jasmine tea is named after the pearl like shape of the tea. Each small pearl is hand rolled. The tea is made by laying fresh jasmine petals atop the tea leaves, then tea leaves atop more petals, and so on. Up to six layers of blossoms alternating with tea leaves are used to create the highest- quality jasmines, using flowers picked at their aromatic peak. When the jasmine scent is fully merged with the leaves, the petals are removed, and the tea carefully dried again. Each pearl blosoms when added to water. This stunning tea has an intense flavour and the beautiful aroma of jasmine.

Jasmine tea is like champagne. It goes with almost everything, stands alone, and makes both a perfect hostess gift and a fabulous iced tea drink. Note that jasmine “pearls” are individual tea leaves are rolled by hand into tiny balls – each its own little world of flavor. Watch the pearls blossom before your eyes.

Different from common pearls made with bud and stem system, our specialy made pearl is made with robust spring leaves only. The result is that it absorbs more jasmine aroma during process and the flavour is much stronger. You can make more infusions out of it as well.

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I did not have a good night last night, in fact it was one of the worst in a long time, not meaning to start drama but it consisted of no sleep, a spouse argument, broken tea drawers and me applying for a residential Visa to China. Why China? I imagined I would have little trouble finding a job there in the tea industry, even if it’s just production or warehouse storage. Though chances are I won’t get my Visa. I would have applied to America but I need the job before applying, much stricter regulations. Same goes for Canada.

So as a little pick me up I’m having this Jasmine green along with a bag of vanilla fudge for breakfast, perhaps not the most nutritious but right now I don’t much care. Not sure if it’s the fudge but the jasmine is not as strong as I remember it being. Oh well, it’s still nice and refreshing.

Anna

Aw, sweetheart. I hope you feel better soon.

MzPriss

:( Kitty. I hope your day improves.

KittyLovesTea

Thank you both. My day has just gotten weirder….I just found someone in my garden knocking down my fence with a hammer, upon asking what the hell he’s doing he answered “Don’t worry, I’m putting up a new fence for you”. WTF??? He does have a new fence outside but both me and my husband didn’t arrange this….is this the fence fairy?

MzPriss

Fence fairies are GOOD?!? I wish someone would come put one up that I can’t see through between me and my trashy neighbor. The fence fairy is sign that things will improve.

KittyLovesTea

Well it’s certainly a start, and interesting at that. In my friendly nature I have offered him tea or coffee should he work up a thirst. The wind broke my fence a few months ago when we had them gale force. The one he is putting up is twice as thick and tall as the previous one.

Angrboda

Perhaps it’s some sort of Pay It Forward thing he’s doing? As for the drama, I do hope things will get better.

Veronica

I hope things continue to improve for you (the fence is a good place to start!). My sister lived in China for years and loved it. Best wishes wherever life takes you. <3

adagio breeze

Really sorry you had such an awful night :( Hope things get better soon.

caile

Hoping things all work out well!

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You know those photos of pretty bohemian looking girls walking through cornfields, or poppy fields, or…well, walking through fields. They may possibly have a floppy hat on, invariably a white flowy cotton dress. There is almost certainly a bit of lens flare, and it’s faded so it looks like a photo that got left on a windowsill back in about 1968 and sat there until someone found it yesterday?

This tastes like that.

Thanks to Kittylovestea for swapping with me :)

KittyLovesTea

I will never be able to drink these again without thinking of this :)

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1622 tasting notes

I’m very picky about my jasmine teas and I find that most of them are overly perfumed for my tastes. This one however is nice and subtle and it’s quite natural. There’s a bit of sweetness underneath which might be from the green tea itself or from the jasmine, but whichever it is, it compliments the floral notes well.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML
TeaBrat

Totally agree about the jasmine!

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Happy Canada Day!! After spending a day outside in the beautiful sunshine, came home to this cold brewed tea. Maybe it’s just the heat, but this is super refreshing! I love love love jasmine teas and I definitely don’t feel guilty putting a large teabag of this into iced tea since it was not too expensive. This is very lightly jasmine, mostly green tea. One of my favs hot, but turned out pretty good cold as well =)

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