Jasmine Dragon Pearls Long Zhu Green

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Jasmine Dragon Pearl green tea is an entirely handcrafted and top-quality green, not only a wonderful drink but an elegant work of art as well.

Its production is a long and involved process: the buds and leaves are originally picked in spring, to be dried and then stored and kept cool until the jasmine flowers bloom. These night-blooming flowers are picked early each morning while the petals are still closed. When the flowers do open in early evening, they do so with a popping sound; when this happens the flowers are mixed in with the dried tea and left to sit for around five hours, after which the flowers are removed and the tea is set to carefully dry for a few days.

This Jasmine Dragon Pearls Long Zhu Green Tea is made by traditional processing technique, been five times scenting and one time scenting with flowers of richer fragrance, which not only guarantee that each dragon pearl fully absorbs the floral fragrance but also make its fragrance fresh and rich. Its taste is refreshing, sweet and soft, which will never become bitter even brewing with high temperature. Whether it is an unawake morning, or a sleepy afternoon, drinking a cup of this aromatic jasmine green tea will not only refresh but also soothe your mood.

Origin: Green tea – Fuding City, Fujian Province, China
Jasmine – Hengxian County, Nanning City, Guangxi Province, China
Plucking Standard: One bud with one or two leaves
Tea Scenting: Five times scenting and one time scenting with flowers of richer fragrance
Dry Leaf: Even and tight round shape, with noticeable white pekoe and few jasmine flowers
Aroma: Rich jasmine fragrance
Liquor: Bright yellowish green
Taste: Soft and smooth, with prominent jasmine fragrance in the entrance,producing secretion of saliva and sweet aftertaste
Tea Bush: Fuyun No. 6
Tea Garden: Wengxi Tea Garden
Caffeine: Low caffeine (less than 10% of a cup of coffee)
Storage: Store in airtight, opaque packaging; keep refrigerated
Shelf Life: 36 Months

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Looks like no one else has written up this one yet on Steepster! I bought samples of this quite a while ago now, so please consider this is not a fresh harvest I’m reviewing.  It does taste the same as it did a while ago when I tried it though.  The jasmine is lovely, as almost always with Teavivre’s jasmine teas.  It’s also very hard to taste anything of the tea itself.  These are larger green pearls that are slow to unravel.  I’m really only tasting jasmine, but that is why I drink these types of tea anyway: JASMINE.  Jasmine is divine in summer.  If I had to choose one Teavivre jasmine tea, it probably wouldn’t be this one, as I notice more of the tea fuzzies in the cup.  I’d rather have a smooth jasmine tea, without that aspect.  But possibly others wouldn’t notice that as much.
Steep #1  // 1 1/2 teaspoons for full mug // 35 minutes after boiling  // 1 minute steep
Steep #2  // 28 minutes after boiling //  2 1/2 minute steep
Harvest: 2018
2020 Sipdowns: 56 (Shakespeare’s Corner Shoppe – Green Cucumber Melon + Lupicia’s Assam Calcutta Auction)

ashmanra

I ca not believe there is a jasmine tea by Teavivre that I have not heard of or tried!

tea-sipper

They have so many though! (Which I love that they have so many.) I think it sneaked in there among the other jasmine teas a couple years ago.

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