Frequently Bought Together
- Chinois : mò lì long zhū
- Traduction : Jasmine Dragon Ball
- Type : Thé parfumé
- Cultivar : Fuding Da Bai Cha (Fuding grand thé blanc)
- Origine : Fuzhou, Fujian
- Date de récolte : 2022/04/28
- Méthodes de stockage : réfrigération, étanchéité, étanche à l'humidité, éviter la lumière.
- Durée de conservation : 18 mois
- Utilisez un verre transparent et contrôlez la quantité de thé selon vos goûts personnels. Le rapport du thé à l'eau est généralement de 1:50.
- Après avoir versé le thé, versez de l'eau bouillante à 90-100 degrés, le temps d'infusion est d'environ 3 à 5 minutes et il peut être infusé 2 à 3 fois.
- Après avoir senti le parfum, attendez que la température soit appropriée, buvez-le par petites gorgées et sentez le goût doux et frais du thé au jasmin.
Green tea is a must in my world, but there is nothing more delightful than using the hand rolled "pearls" that are termed, Dragon Pearl Jasmine Green Tea. They have an exquisite taste and one cup will often turn into more, depending upon the strength of tea you prefer. I like to taste the combination of Jasmine and Green Tea together. Few things in life are as calming and delightful to me as my daily cup of tea made with these wonderful hand-rolled "pearls" containing the flavors I love so much. Such a zen experience. I use two pearls per cup and let it sit covered for 5 minutes. If brewing a pot, I use six to eight pearls. This is wonderful tea!
This tea is sublime, I taste the jasmine on the second cup. It's fresh tasting and satisfying.
Definitely a recurring purchase.
This tea is great, you can actually smell/taste the jasmine!
It is expensive, but really does taste and smell good, unlike the other teas I have been getting that started out great, but keep degrading in quality as time goes by.
It came expertly sealed, but took some ingenuity to get through the outer seal and then into the tin to access the tea.
In my case, no other tea I have tried in recent times has smelled and tasted this good. So, this is the best choice I know of, for now. And no, there were no incentives offered for that observation...