Jasmine Pearl

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  • “Backlogging from Chicago trip: One of the best teas I've ever had. The fragrance was perfect and simply inhaling the tea as it cooled brought pleasure to my senses. Drinking the tea was excellent...” Read full tasting note
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From Dream About Tea

Also called Moli Longzhu, Dragon Phoenix Pearl, Dragon Pearl, is made by rolling the tender shoots of the tea leaves and buds into beautiful “pearls”; and is scented with fresh jasmine petals.

This tea is incredibly popular and will delight you whether you are a beginner or the most experienced tea drinker.

Brewing: 1 tsp, 200 degree, 3 minutes, 3 infusions

Brewing vessel: glass mug, gaiwan

Storage: Keep Jasmine Pearl tea cool and dry away from direct sun light and other spices.

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Backlogging from Chicago trip:

One of the best teas I’ve ever had. The fragrance was perfect and simply inhaling the tea as it cooled brought pleasure to my senses. Drinking the tea was excellent as well. Even my beloved who thinks he hates teas loved this one.

A note on the tea shop: It was excellent. The proprietor is knowledgeable and very helpful. It is a great sadness to me that I couldn’t spend more time there.

takgoti

I want to say that we don’t really have a lot of tea shop/cafes around here besides Starbucks and Caribou and Starbucks and Starbucks [and I’m lukewarm on all of those], but that’s probably not true. I’ve gotten so used to just getting stuff sent and making things here and my version of “going out” has consisted of going to friends houses lately. I’d honestly forgotten that you can go out to legit places and physically get tea. I guess I’ll have to venture into DC soon. Though maybe not until the semester’s over. This means that it’s time for research. Google, here I come!

Carolyn

We do not have anything like this Chinese tea shop here in Memphis. That’s why it was such a treat to go to Dream About Tea. One of my friends describes “Tea Touring” in her tea blog and I am always so envious to read about cities that have good tea shops where one can actually try the tea as it was meant to be brewed and hear from knowledgeable people.

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