Jasmine Pearls

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Green Tea
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Flowers
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180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “I wanted to go back and have these Jasmine Pearls again after my rapturous Harney & Sons experience this weekend. These were the first Jasmine pearls I'd ever tried, and I liked them a lot, but how...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Tried this again, but this time I put 1 tsp of pearls instead of 6 measley pearls. What a difference. The brew is now light yellow instead of slightly tinged water and it tastes so much better. ...” Read full tasting note
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  • “The package said to add 4 to 6 balls for a cup! That seemed too small of an amount to me so I added 8 or 9. It brewed up pretty mild. This is my very first Jasmine Pearls ever. I've had lots of...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I'm drowning my World Cup sorrows in tea.... What a lovely jasmine scent! Next time I'll forgo the teapot just to watch the pearls unfold. A great green tea. (I'd rate it even higher if it...” Read full tasting note
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Jasmine Pearls is a tasty and unique artisan green tea from China. Created from high grade tea leaves, long leaf tips are infused with aromatic Jasmine blossoms, and rolled into small pearls. As it steeps, the pearls unfold to release the flavour packed within. This specialty tea can be infused two or three times without losing any flavour. Simply place 6-8 balls in a cup and steep for three to four minutes. The fragrance, taste and mild liquor are sure to delight everyone who shares in this special treat!

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TeaFrog ships high quality tea to anywhere in North America. Founded in 2006 by Mike and Melanie, TeaFrog endeavors make quality tea accessible to more people, as well as educating the community about the benefits and the myths of tea.

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I wanted to go back and have these Jasmine Pearls again after my rapturous Harney & Sons experience this weekend. These were the first Jasmine pearls I’d ever tried, and I liked them a lot, but how do they stand up now?

The first time I brewed these I followed the instructions on the package of only putting in 4-6 balls with a cup (so I put in 8 or so with my 12oz cup). With Harney I put in a whole perfect teaspoon, so this time I did that as well. These pearls are a little larger overall, so I didn’t quite get the 24 pearls per tsp that I got with Harney, but definitely more than the 8 I put in last time. Last time I brewed for 5 minutes and it was still very light in color and flavor (no wonder, with so few pearls). This time I went for 4 minutes; the liquor is still light, but the jasmine flavor is a bit more prominent I think, and this time I’m definitely getting a distinct hit of sweetness I don’t remember getting last time. Nevertheless, the taste isn’t as well rounded and it has less depth. The sweetness seems to hang out at the end of the sip and doesn’t quite meld properly with the jasmine aroma. It’s still a nice jasmine tea, and there’s nothing really that’s bad about it, but it just doesn’t blow me out of the water.

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175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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Tried this again, but this time I put 1 tsp of pearls instead of 6 measley pearls. What a difference.
The brew is now light yellow instead of slightly tinged water and it tastes so much better.
These pearls are not as good as TeaVivre’s but they are still slightly sweet and not overly perfumey like some jasmines are.

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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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The package said to add 4 to 6 balls for a cup! That seemed too small of an amount to me so I added 8 or 9. It brewed up pretty mild. This is my very first Jasmine Pearls ever. I’ve had lots of Jasmine Green but never Jasmine Pearls. I liked the Jasmine scent and flavour. It wasn’t too overpowering (I used to LOVE overpowering Jasmine teas) and definitely not too mild (can’t stand those). Somewhere in between. It wasn’t an exceptional tea but it was good. I’m looking forward to trying the Jasmine Pearls from Tealux next to see if there really is a difference.

Flavors: Flowers

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190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 45 sec

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I’m drowning my World Cup sorrows in tea….

What a lovely jasmine scent! Next time I’ll forgo the teapot just to watch the pearls unfold. A great green tea. (I’d rate it even higher if it weren’t that I prefer black teas on the whole – but this is an excellent tea of its type!)

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