Jasmine Pearls Sample

$5.00
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Try a small size—about three servings—of our Jasmine Pearls green tea. Click here to order regular retail sizes.

This fragrant green tea is soothing to drink and magical to watch as the pearls slowly unfurl into beautiful leaf and bud sets. Traditional production technique is what distinguishes this lot: Crafted solely from spring-picked, southern Chinese green tea and fresh jasmine blossoms, each pearl consists of a silvery bud and tender young leaves, individually rolled by hand and later dried amid flowers to naturally absorb their intense scent.

Country: China
Tasting Notes: sweet, white flower, nutty

Approximately three servings

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Brew temperature 180º F
Western style brewing 3-5 grams, 2-3 minute steep
Gaiwan style brewing  full, 1 minute steep

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
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Floral, light, and pleasant

These jasmine tea leaves definitely made my love for jasmine tea grow stronger. They're the best tasting jasmine tea leaves I've had and are great even after resteeping.

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K.D.

Delicate & Delicious! I ordered a sample and will be adding this to my regular tea rotation.

H
H.S.

I never had this kind tea experience!

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W.S.

Not really my preferred style of tea, but wanted to try it out nonetheless. The jasmine is pretty intense in the first few brews. But the buttery/grassy tea flavors shine through in later infusions.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
75%
(3)
25%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
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J
J.
Floral, light, and pleasant

These jasmine tea leaves definitely made my love for jasmine tea grow stronger. They're the best tasting jasmine tea leaves I've had and are great even after resteeping.

K
K.D.

Delicate & Delicious! I ordered a sample and will be adding this to my regular tea rotation.

H
H.S.

I never had this kind tea experience!

W
W.S.

Not really my preferred style of tea, but wanted to try it out nonetheless. The jasmine is pretty intense in the first few brews. But the buttery/grassy tea flavors shine through in later infusions.