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Imperial Jasmine Dragon Pearls

340-50-P
In stock: 41
4.6
China
CA$15.75
CA$15.75
CN
Origin
China
Asia
Caffeine Level (mg/1g)
0
1-10
11-20
21-30
31-40
41+
Description
Description
The traditional Chinese tea scenting techniques that date back for over 1,000 years are still in use today in the creation of this premium Imperial Jasmine Dragon Pearls tea.

Hailing from Fujian province in China, organically grown aromatic night-blooming jasmine blossoms are layered between young and tender tea leaves eight to ten times; this ensures they are scented beautifully with their distinctive and exquisite floral aroma. The infused tea is then rolled at a ratio of two leaves to one unopened bud into small pearls, with a delicate silvery white sheen, thanks to the soft silver down of these premium tips.

Imperial Jasmine Dragon Pearls is a must-try tea for any jasmine lover- as it produced a delicate and exquisite jasmine flavor and aroma. When steeped in hot water, the pearls unfurl majestically, unlocking the full delicate scent of fragrant jasmine in a treat for all of the senses. 
How to make
a perfect cup of tea
1 TSP or 1 BAG
200ml
80°C
2 - 3 min
Details
Ingredients:
Jasmine green tea
Reviews
by Adam Junkins
March 2022
I compared this tea with Imperial Dragon, Pheonix, and Yin Hao.
(Standard) Dragon tea is more earthy and bitter than impearl but I believe Yin Hao is even more bitter. Dragon and Yin Hao tea is more finicky for the brew time or else it becomes quite bitter. This tea is more lineate with the brew time and range before it goes bitter. Phenix and impearl has different liquors but the flavor is verry similar and are excellent options. Buy one of these 2. If you love Jasmen give this one a try and compare it to Imperial to see which one you like better
1. Impearl Dragon
2. Phenix (close second)
3. Dragon
4. Yin Hao
by Billie
April 2021
This is my favorite tea- I drink it all day, and I brew each pot up to 4 times. (For anyone finding it bitter, that’s probably from the leaves scalding, oversteeping, or both.)
by Dilprasad
March 2021
Tealyra tea 200g
by Pavel R
February 2021
My husband and I loved this tea. We'll be buying more of it.
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