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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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From Imperial Tea Garden

Snow Dragon white tea is a fine example of what an exquisitely hand crafted what tea should be. Each dragon is twisted by hand from select downy covered leaf buds. Hints of jammy pungency are released as the tiny snow dragons roar back to life.

Repeated steeping can be yielded from this premium white tea.

Careful inspection of the infused tea leaves reveals why this is such a highly respected white tea by connoisseurs.

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6770 tasting notes

This tea is sooooo neat! The leaves are tightly spiraled and slightly fuzzy! Post infusion the leaves are much different in every way – color, texture, size, etc. FUN! And it’s a tasty tea! I would say a very powerful white tea…maybe somewhere between a green and a white. NICE. In the middle of the sip I can relate to the jam-like mention in the description!

This is a FUN tea!

LENA

I love it when the leaves are fuzzy. :)

Jam…Mmmm!

mpierce87

I love the name of this tea…I’m picturing a baby white dragon hiding in the snow.

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4449 tasting notes

Oh wow! This is probably the best white tea that I’ve ever had! It’s amazing!

Sweet with floral sharpness that comes off with just a little bitter bite. It amazes me how much this white tea fills the palate with it’s complex flavors.

Delightful. So good. I want more.

PS: Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me this!

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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277 tasting notes

The scent of this steeped brings to mind camp or woodstove fires and a faint sweetness.

The taste is almost shocking, it is so full. This is a much bigger flavor than I’ve gotten from other whites… they seem to usually be delicate, subtle and light. Not this. It’s flavor is almost the of a flavored tea or the strength (but not flavor) of a black tea. It’s very intense for a white.

It’s earthy, very earthy, and as for the “jam” reference it’s not a flavor in this tea… it’s more the description of its mouthfeel; it’s thick and almost chewy. The earthy taste surrounds the tongue and settles on the back of it, before slipping lightly under the front of it. This also has a lot of vegetal flavor around the middle of the tongue. The finish is fairly long and puts the burnt/woodfire touch to the middle of the tongue after a moment.

A very robust tea. Again, it’s surprising for a white. Very, very good.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Doug F

Thanks for this review. I have been unable to connect to white teas because of that subtlety you mention, but I know they are highly prized by many tea drinkers. this selection seems like one that I should try!

Rumpus Parable

I’d definitely suggest it!

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