Not my favorite jasmine tea. It has a wonderful aroma, but the flavor falls a bit flat for me.
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“My first student of the day was a no-show. These things happen. People get sidetracked, or sometimes my calendar is wrong. Living in the Zen of the moment, as I like to do, I'm always secretly...” Read full tasting note
“I had this last night and it's just so wonderful and calming! On a saddening note though I only have enough left for one more cup...if that! :-( oh well, I have a tin of Rishi jasmine pearls and...” Read full tasting note
“Love this tea!! :) Trying to find other companies that sell "Jasmine dragon pearls" ..I really enjoy the fresh light floral taste of this tea :) Anyone recommend some good companies (trying to get...” Read full tasting note
This exceptional tea consists of the youngest green tea leaves scented 8-10 times with fresh jasmine blossoms. After the lengthy flavoring process, the leaves are hand-rolled into the shape of a pearl. During the infusion, the pearls unfold, slowly releasing the rich and surprisingly smooth fragrance and flavor of jasmine flowers. Good for multiple infusions.
How to Prepare:
Use 1 teaspoon of tea per 8 oz. of water. Heat water to 175-180 degrees and steep for 2 minutes. 2 oz. of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
Green tea buds scented with jasmine flowers and tied with jasmine blossoms.
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Jasmine Dragon Phoenix PearlsTea Cozy
Jasmin Dragon Phoenix PearlPaul Schrader
Jasmine Dragon Phoenix PearlsCafe Moto
Dragon Phoenix - Jasmine PearlsZhi Tea
Jasmine Dragon Phoenix PearlThe Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
jasmine dragon phoenix pearlThe Tea House
It’s my first time describing tea in words, so forgive me if I made a wrong assessment. First of all this tea is very light and refreshing. The liquor appears to be slightly transparent brown (god damn it I forget the term for that!) For me I prefer steeping it for less than a minute, the liquor was too bitter for me after a minute of steeping. Overall it was a good tea :)
This tea was my introduction into loose leaf teas and for that I am forever grateful.
I have found it to be a comfort any time of the day, and is great for multiple infusions with proper water temperature and timing. I do however use more than 1 tsp per cup.
Easily found cheaper and just as delicious at other locations besides Teavana.
A wonderful all around tea in my opinion.