Dragon Pearls

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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 45 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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Legend has it that a benevolent dragon agreed to help a young orphan cure her ailing brother and that said dragon flew into the air, let out a agonizing screech and a pearl sprouted from around the dragons neck and fell to the ground where a tea plant immediately started growing. When the girl took the top 2 leaves and the bud from the plant she rolled them into the shape of a pearl like the one around the dragon’s neck and brewed the tea for her brother. Of course, after only a few sips of the magical tea, the brother quickly recovered and hence Dragon Pearl tea was born.

One taste of our Dragon Pearls may not cure all your ails, but it may help you to unwind from stress just as the leaves unwind in your cup. Wonderful slightly nutty flavor and a smooth green taste will make this one of your favorite teas to relax by.

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Hm. Silly me. I ordered this during the latest Capital Teas sale thinking I needed a jasmine dragon pearl around to have with Chinese and Thai takeout. I didn’t even read the description, I just ordered it. This isn’t jasmine. It’s just green. :)

So, while it wasn’t what I was expecting, that was my fault.

This is a decent green. Very juicy. It even smells a little fruity instead of vegetal. It reminds me more of a white than a green, actually. It’s very light. It seems to be a good quality.

170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 15 sec

Hi Nicole — thank you for your order and for your review. I hope you do enjoy the Dragon Pearls — it’s a very exquisite green tea. For Jasmine teas, see our Jasmine Gold Dragon Organic and Madame Butterfly Jasmine, a personal favorite of mine. Happy Brewing!

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I absolutely adore the look of these pearls, but I adore the look of any tea pearls it seems :D Unfortunately, the flavor is not as exciting as the looks of the dry leaf, although it is not by any means a bad tea. I notice an interesting note of buttery sweetness. Something I rather like in green teas. It is slightly too weak, however, and sinks quickly in the overall correct but sensationally uneventful (?) green tea taste. I would definitely be happy to accept a cup of this when offered but probably wouldn’t need to stock it in my cupboard.

It was really nice to try it, though. Thank you, whoever placed it in the Box (Nicole?) :D

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

That was pretty much my conclusion: I’d accept a cup but wouldn’t stock it. And yeah, I forgot to put my name on the stuff I put in :P


That’s okay! I thought it might be you since there was only your tasting note on the tea page before I wrote mine :D

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