Organic Long Zhu

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170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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From Infussion

Imported directly from Qingshan. The aroma of this unscented tea is delicate and insanely magnetic. Leaves and buds are rolled into small and regular “pearls” with utmost care to produce this famous Dragon Pearls tea in it’s pure form, without jasmine. The resulting infusion is clean, smooth and strong. Quality of this particular batch is outstanding and rarely to be experienced.

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I have been craving green tea as of late but unflavoured green tea instead of my usual favourite jasmine flavoured greens. I’m sorry to hear that Infussion is closing down (if they haven’t fully already) but I have a stack of their teas here that will keep me busy for a while.

The Long Zhu balls are cute and have some silver tips to them and the quality looks good. They have a thick grassy and floral scent.

Tea is burnt yellow in colour and has a toasted grass scent. Quite strong similar to it’s raw state.

Flavour is grassy and crisp clean with hints of flowers, toast, honey and broccoli. Altogether it creates many different layers that all blend into one refreshing and delicate cup of tea. It’s very similar to my Jasmine Pearls but just literally has less of the jasmine flavour but all of the green tea goodness.

Yummy yummy yummy green tea in my tummy = me to go :D

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

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LOVED this stuff! I found it a little unusual to be looking at these perfectly shaped pearls and not smell the distinct jasmine note that I expect when I see green pearls, but I got over it, especially after trying the tea. It is a really refreshing cup of tea. Vegetative and very pure tasting. Very enjoyable.

Here is my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2013/02/01/long-zhu-from-infussion/

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