“Loose Appearance: fuzzy bicolored pearl curls Aroma when Dry: sweet, bright, light floral After water is first poured: floral honeysuckle, cherry blossom notes At end of first steep: floral,...” Read full tasting note
“2nd infusion…added 4 more pearls. So…we are up to 16 pearls. I infused for 15+ minutes. Color darkened to a pale yellowish color. Still no scent. But there is more flavor! YAY! This is quite...” Read full tasting note
“Third steeping. It has turned very vegetal and puts one in mind of fresh mown grass -but in an oddly pleasant way. So far I’ve yet to find anything distinctly non-pleasing about this tea; each...” Read full tasting note
Panda Pearls are a very rare traditional handmade white tea from the Fujian Provence of China. Only a few thousand kilos of hand rolled Pai Mu Tan are produced each year and is believed to be a symbol of good luck.
To prepare this luxurious white tea, simply place 6 or 7 pearls in your cup and pour 180 -190 degree Farenheit water over top. Steep 3 to 4 minutes and watch the hand rolled tea buds unfurl and release their mild essence of spring. Can be steeped 3 to 5 times.
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