Pearl Jasmine Tea

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Flowering White Blend
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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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  • “Two days ago I had a discussion with *Barbara* and *cteresa* about jasmine teas and I was saying I stupidly never think to drink Jasmine teas except when I am in a Chinese or Japanese...” Read full tasting note
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    Ysaurella 363 tasting notes
  • “I tried those pearls (3) with the Kusmi Rose green tea (about half serving). The result is quite good. I'll have to put more rose tea or only 2 pearls next time, as the jasmine overwhelmed the...” Read full tasting note
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    LaFleurBleue 111 tasting notes
  • “Deliciously light, golden clear liquid. Thoroughly infused with the fragrance of jasmine, yet not overly-powerful so as to upset the delicate balance of the tea. This may indeed be my first...” Read full tasting note
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    abmedium 33 tasting notes

From TenFu's Tea

Pearl Jasmine Tea is made with only the most delicate new born green leaves, following the traditional way carefully and hand-rolling the tea leaves into a pearl shape. In addition, Pearl Jasmine Tea is then covered and mixed with fresh jasmine flowers until each Pear has fulling absorbed the jasmine aroma. When you drink the Pearl Jasmine tea, you not only enjoy the wonderful sweet taste, but you also exprience the unforgettable aromaof the fresh jasmine.

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4 Tasting Notes

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Two days ago I had a discussion with Barbara and cteresa about jasmine teas and I was saying I stupidly never think to drink Jasmine teas except when I am in a Chinese or Japanese restaurant.

Then I remember I had an untasted sample from a swap with LaFleurBleue and decide to rectify the affront I make to Jasmine teas.

The smell of the dry pearls has nothing especially noticeable, the liquor smells very delicate.

Jasmine is not overpowering vs the tea base, the mix is perfectly balanced.

In spite of my fear with green teas, there is absolutely none hint of astringency with this tea.

Looking the small pearls opening is a real pleasure too

I really appreciate this tea even if Jasmine isn’t my favorite floral tea – I am very rose and very violet (and strangely this is exactly the same with Perfumes) thank you LaFleurBleue to permit me to taste this lovely tea.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 45 sec
LaFleurBleue

Glad you liked it.
I guess you could also mix it with a rose or violet flavored green, though it would have to brew a strong one, as jasmine is a real powerful flavor.

Ysaurella

that’s a good idea, I didn’t try yet to mix teas but you’re right we should dare.

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I tried those pearls (3) with the Kusmi Rose green tea (about half serving).
The result is quite good. I’ll have to put more rose tea or only 2 pearls next time, as the jasmine overwhelmed the rose flavor. The result is a bit milder than pure Jasmine.

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190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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Deliciously light, golden clear liquid. Thoroughly infused with the fragrance of jasmine, yet not overly-powerful so as to upset the delicate balance of the tea. This may indeed be my first tasting note for a non-black tea. I was quite surprised with how satisfied I was drinking the tea as is without the need to add anything. Now gearing up for a 2nd infusion. A new favorite to add to my collection!

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more

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