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 (8 reviews)

type: white

origin: china masters

caffeine: medium

price level: $$$$

Hand-rolled green tea from the Fujian province of China, infused with the delicate scent of night-blooming jasmine. Each pearl is made up of just one leaf and an unopened bud, which unfold to release a delicate floral fragrance, and a liquor of soft texture and delicately dry finish. While these pearls are not the largest or the most evenly-rolled we've seen, we could not pass up the complex elegance of this tea and its quietly hypnotic jasmine fragrance. Fujian Jasmine Pearl is a treat for all jasmine lovers. Steep at 195°F for 3 minutes

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    • 

      Pleasant light floral taste, not overpowering. Jasmine tea has such a wide range of strengths, this one is well balanced.

    • 

      This was a lovely, light, sweet floral tea. Sometimes jasmines can be “too much” but this one was good. I only used a few pearls too so it goes a long way.

    • 

      Pleasant jasmine tea, but a little light. I'm a fan of jasmine teas at certain times and this hit the spot, but I was almost wishing for more white tea or green tea flavor to pull through. It's a nice balance, but I think I liked the other jasmine pearls better? Hard to say which is best, they're just a little different.

    • TH


      Good, but no better than the less expensive phoenix pearls by adgio.

    • 

      I'm a big fan, but it is delicate. Delicate. Delicate. It's like drinking a garden if you get it right!

    • 

      This is a really fun tea to brew and has a nice light jasmine flavor.

    • 

      Great tea, but not very strong jasmine flavor. I am a big fan of jasmine scented teas, and although its more expensive than the Phoenix pearls, i still prefer the cheaper phoenix pearls!

    • 

      If you want to expand your tea horizons, this is a great choice. It's fun to see the leaves unfurl. It results in a pale liquor with a deep, earthy flavor.