Snow Dragon Hand Rolled White

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Flowers, Fruity, Plums, Sweet
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195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 15 sec 6 g 3 oz / 100 ml

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  • “Agree with Gillaume about basically everything. Wonderful fruity plum scents shift to more flowery, bright smells as you brew. I would buy this as a gift tea for a tea lover any day. The...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Dryed swirls smells of sour plum, Brewing aestethics is compelling. The tea itself is fruity thick and juicy. Go for lots of leaves and high temperatures. slight sweetness is great on the palate...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Yunnan Sourcing posted an image of this tea before it was available and I began stalking their site once that happened…. well, it went up for purchase and I had to buy it because it is a hand...” Read full tasting note

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Agree with Gillaume about basically everything. Wonderful fruity plum scents shift to more flowery, bright smells as you brew.

I would buy this as a gift tea for a tea lover any day. The hand-rolled spirals provide an entrancing brewing aesthetic and the tea has an overall smooth set of flavors.

The only downside of this tea is that it’s only moderately forgiving for a white tea, but it more than makes up for the occasional bitter notes (only when oversteeped, I think) by being very long lasting for a white. (10-12 gong fu steepings, or more than a liter total for 6g of leaf)

Flavors: Flowers, Fruity, Plums, Sweet

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 15 sec 6 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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Dryed swirls smells of sour plum,

Brewing aestethics is compelling. The tea itself is fruity thick and juicy. Go for lots of leaves and high temperatures. slight sweetness is great on the palate but i find it lacks smoothness in some moments.

Great value!

Flavors: Fruity

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Yunnan Sourcing posted an image of this tea before it was available and I began stalking their site once that happened…. well, it went up for purchase and I had to buy it because it is a hand rolled white tea and it such a great price to it.

The tea is beautiful. Curly fuzzy white tea is a fantastic thing, but does the taste provide what a tea lover wants? Absolutely. There isn’t any funky taste and no overwhelming wildness as many white tea has (as I would call it). I was able to resteep this one four times before I left for work this morning. It went very well with my toast as the tea wasn’t bitter nor sweet, just a nice white tea taste with a liquid that I was able to control via steeping time. I tried one darker steep to my lighter and it didn’t disrupt the flavor which was one great thing about this; that means I can play around with it :)
This is one of those teas you can show off to friends, take pictures with, drink, or pet the curly fur :)

Rasseru

So cute

Nicole

that is lovely!

Rasseru

I’m nearly out of white, i saw you need to stock up as well, would you do it with this one if based purely on taste?

Have you got any of the yunnan or jingu to compare it with?

Liquid Proust

Do you want sweet, wild, or a floral white?

Rasseru

Has to have some sort of sweetness & floral present. You say this isn’t too sweet. Its hard without a point of reference to know just where it lies

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