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Jasmine Pearls

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Edit tea info Last updated by sageeyes
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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “I have only just got this and don't have a clue how to brew it, but what I can tell you straight away is that it is a hundred time better than my usual jasmine tea. And I really didn't think it...” Read full tasting note
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    grinnyguy 181 tasting notes
  • “I used to love this tea, but having it again today - I'm very disappointed. I prepared this the same way as every other time, but the jasmine seems to be overpowering and I can no longer taste the...” Read full tasting note
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    Alana237 223 tasting notes
  • “Second cup a much better than the first. I need to play around with the brew temp and time, as the instructions on the package didn't yield a taste I like. ” Read full tasting note
    66
    sageeyes 39 tasting notes

From Whittard of Chelsea

The world’s rarest, most luxurious huge round ‘pearls’ of hand-rolled finest silver tip and bud, five-times flavoured with jasmine blossoms. Brew just 6-8 pearls in a bowl. Be prepared for the intensely heady, breathtaking scent of honeysuckle and jasmine.

Brew Jasmine Pearls using a few (5-8) in a rice bowl. Use boiling water, and watch these beautiful tightly-rolled silver tips unfurl. Don’t waste them! Drink Chinese style – repeatedly topping up with hot water.

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181 tasting notes

I have only just got this and don’t have a clue how to brew it, but what I can tell you straight away is that it is a hundred time better than my usual jasmine tea. And I really didn’t think it would be.
I am thoroughly impressed

Cofftea

White tea… I’d try 2.25g of pearls in 6oz of 140-160 degree water for 1-3 min as a starting point.

PRECIOUS WILLIAMS

Is this a white tea? I’ve only ever had Jasmine Pearls with green tea

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I used to love this tea, but having it again today – I’m very disappointed. I prepared this the same way as every other time, but the jasmine seems to be overpowering and I can no longer taste the actual tea. I’m bringing down the points a bit because I’m so disappointed with this cup. It’s not really bad, just not very good either.

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39 tasting notes

Second cup a much better than the first. I need to play around with the brew temp and time, as the instructions on the package didn’t yield a taste I like.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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