Three Blessings Tea

Tea type
Green Oolong White Blend
Ingredients
Jasmine Green Tea, Oolong Tea, White Tea
Flavors
Jasmine, Sweet, Vegetal
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Caffeine
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Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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  • “Another one from Amoda. I’m a little surprised I had to add this one to the database, surely I’m not the first person to have tried it! I think I’ve actually had it before, in one of their tasting...” Read full tasting note
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From Swan Sisters Tea

A perfectly balanced combination of SwanSisters Jasmine Pearls, Iron Goddess (Tie Guan Yin) and Silver Needle white tea. Subtly different and full of flavor nuances! Infuse in below boiling water for up to 2 minutes. Can be re-infused 3-4 times.

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Another one from Amoda. I’m a little surprised I had to add this one to the database, surely I’m not the first person to have tried it! I think I’ve actually had it before, in one of their tasting boxes. Anyway, this is interesting, it’s a blend of jasmine pearls (green tea), tie guan yin (greenish oolong), and silver needle (white tea). Besides the jasmine in the pearls, there’s no other flavouring, just the blend of teas. The dry tea is neat because it’s a combination of rolled silver-and-green pearls, lumpy nuggets of oolong, and then the long silver buds (and looks like some broken leaves too) of the white tea. It’s pretty dense, with the rolled teas: a level 1.5tsp spoon was 2.6g and expanded to fill about half of my infuser basket once everything unrolled (which took at least a couple of steepings). The tie guan yin unrolled into lovely large green leaves, and the pearls unrolled into long, lighter green buds with a little bit of stem attached.

This has a fairly light, subtle flavour. The jasmine is definitely there, but it’s quite unobtrusive. There’s a creamy sweetness from the oolong, and a lightly vegetal base. It’s smooth and sweet and mellow. No astringency or bitterness yet, and I’m on the third steeping.

I have to admit, I have a bit of a Western palate when it comes to teas, so I tend to go for the bolder flavours. I’m still developing a palate for whites, greens, and light oolongs. But sometimes it’s good to sit down and drink a tea that really makes you pay attention to fully appreciate it. I don’t think I need to own this tea, but I definitely enjoyed trying it out!

Flavors: Jasmine, Sweet, Vegetal

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML
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I may have to check this one out at some point.

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