Jasmine Pearls

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107 tasting notes

Different from the Fine Jasmine Pearls (FJP) because this for one, is more affordable.

Pricing aside, this is a pretty good pearl and I imagine it would come 2nd to the FJP if I had included this in the Jasmine comparison tasting I did last week.

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Tried this yesterday but did not have a chance to review until now. I love jasmine green tea. This is a really good one. It is a very smooth green tea and the jasmine was very subtle not too flowery as some jasmine teas can get. I actually liked the second steep better then the first. The flavors came through stronger for me the second time around. Definite yum. Thanks Yssah! :-)

185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 0 sec

Thank you, CheshireEyes :)

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Let me start off this note with a teensy bit of background. I bought some cheap jasmine tea and had even commented to a friend that I shared that tea with that jasmine tea could be a bit iffy, that there were horror stories about the chemically taste and such online. Drinking that tea, I was unsure of what quality of tea I got, I didn’t know what the chemical taste tasted like, and I wasn’t sure if jasmine tea was supposed to taste like drinking a bottle of perfume. I just thought maybe I didn’t like jasmine tea.

I had also asked yssah – Love is Tea (LIT) to try some of the Jasmine Pearls she had available…

I had no idea. I just didn’t.

This tea is exquisite compared to the cheaper jasmine tea that I’d purchased. I now have a much better idea of what good jasmine tea is supposed to taste like. There’s a delicate fragrance of jasmine without any of the perfume taste in my mouth. It’s a beautiful aroma and the pearls unfurling during the 2nd and 3rd steeping are fun to watch.

The first steep had a very light flavor and aroma. The tint of the liquor was barely noticable. The second steep was a much more noticeable change in the color of the liquor a very light translucent champagne. There was much more taste due to leaves opening up more and it was slightly sweet. Unfortunately my pallate isn’t experienced enough to pull out and describe exactly what I was tasting in the tea, but, it was yum.


you write really cool tasting notes, Nick! and you do this tea more justice than i :D

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