Jasmine Pearls

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In China, a cup of jasmine tea is considered as a welcoming gesture for their guests. Each and every jasmine pearl is hand made using the bud of Camilla plant. When these pearls are brewed they open up releasing that aroma and flavor of jasmine flower. Jasmine pearls sourced by Tazo offers a very balanced flavor of the jasmine flower as well as maintains the nature of the widely used green tea. Many of the Jasmine teas could taste perfumey as they are made from green tea and depend only on the jasmine flavor.

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189 tasting notes

Aroma when Dry: floral, jasmine, grassy honey notes
After water is first poured: floral, honeysuckle, honey and jasmine
At end of steep: sweet, floral honey notes
Tea liquor:
At end of steep: grassy, clear
Staple? Type yes, looking for a good loose “leaf” brand for restock
Preferred time of day: Any
At first:bitter, buttery, jasmine notes close
As it cools ? gets grassy and harsh
Additives used (milk, honey, sugar etc)? No
Lingers? yes, with gritty grassy notes, closing with a floral finish

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In a lovely tin, this sachet tea allows the scented tea to breathe. Despite still being a bagged tea, it does have more room, albeit a very limited amount.

The jasmine aroma is quite strong. It actually reminds me of Adagio’s Jasmine Silver Needle oolong tea. Only, this tea is not the beautiful long and slender leaves of the Silver Needle, but rolled into tiny pearls.

The liquor is equally as strong, with a deep copper tone. The leaves in the sachet unfurl and reveal quite small and light leaves.

The first initial sips are a full on jasmine and green tea bliss. The jasmine, despite the overpowering aroma, is not as overpowering in flavor. There is a subtle sweetness, but the jasmine provides a stable body with the green tea.

Color me lavender, as my reaction to this is similar to Adagio’s Jasmine Silver Needle. The jasmine scent can become overwhelming, but can work beautifully with a proper leaf.

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One of my favorite green teas, I’m actually sad it’s a bagged tea as I typically love watching the pearl teas unfurl and expand. Flavor is light and floral as expected.

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