Gold Jasmine Pearls

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Apricot, Creamy, Floral, Grass, Jasmine, Nectar, Peas, Round, Smooth, Stonefruit, Sweet, Thick, Vegetal
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Caffeine
Medium
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Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “Kiani Tea Advent Calendar 2021 – Day 9 So I was a bit confused by the name of this one. I was expecting to see a black dragon pearl sort of tea when I opened the packet, but these are traditional...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Adventaggedon Day 9: Tea 2/7 I saw the name of this one in the morning I wasn’t sure whether it meant we were getting a jasmine pearl on a black tea base or if it would be a jasmine pearl coated in...” Read full tasting note

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2020 Spring Harvest – Fuding, Fujian Province, China.

Young, sweet, spring-picked green tea buds naturally scented with fresh jasmine flowers over seven whole nights. The result is a vivid infusion with an enchanting aroma of sweet, fragrant jasmine perfume.

A fully handcrafted process taking place during the Spring Harvest, the gold medal jasmine pearls are a top-quality artisan tea. It is as much an elegant work of art as it is a delicious tea.

Gold medal pearls are entirely hand-rolled, made with Chinese artisan green tea which has been naturally scented with fresh jasmine blossoms. When the tea-making process is complete in the spring harvest, the finished green tea is carefully stored until summer when jasmine flowers start to bloom. Then the tea is layered with fresh jasmine blossoms allowing the oils of the flower to infuse into the tea. This natural scenting process is repeated several nights with fresh jasmine flowers each time until the aroma balance of the jasmine blossoms and green tea meets the standard of the skillful tea master.

The tea-making process is organic and without the use of pesticides and additives. Fuding in Fujian Province is renowned for its premium Jasmine Pearls.

Tea Notes:
• Appearance: Pale yellow, champagne hue.
• Aroma: Intense aromas of jasmine blossom.
• Flavour: Fragrant, an intense, floral, and smooth flavour with a fresh, spring undertone.
• Mouthfeel: Well-rounded, velvety liquor with a long-lasting sweet jasmine finish.

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Kiani Tea Advent Calendar 2021 – Day 9

So I was a bit confused by the name of this one. I was expecting to see a black dragon pearl sort of tea when I opened the packet, but these are traditional green jasmine pearls. Not sure what’s gold about them, but oh well ha ha.

They are very tasty and high-quality. Sweet, succulent jasmine notes with a slight juicy fruitiness to them. Very smooth and thick-feeling on the tongue. The green tea contributes a gentle vegetal flavor, like fresh sweet peas. Also a touch of grassiness and a hint of stonefruit at the very end of the sip.

Yummy classic jasmine pearls. Always welcome in my mug. :D

Flavors: Apricot, Creamy, Floral, Grass, Jasmine, Nectar, Peas, Round, Smooth, Stonefruit, Sweet, Thick, Vegetal

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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Adventaggedon Day 9: Tea 2/7

I saw the name of this one in the morning I wasn’t sure whether it meant we were getting a jasmine pearl on a black tea base or if it would be a jasmine pearl coated in the gold luster dust that’s already made a couple appearances. So, opening the package and just seeing a regular green jasmine pearl tea was actually sort of surprising!

…also, in that regard, sort of a confusing name?

I was working in office today instead of at home, and it’s always much trickier to drink all my advent teas and snap photos at the office so I didn’t have as much time with this tea as I probably would have liked. That meant that I kind of just tossed the pearls into a travel mug once I was done getting a photo, and then drank them grandpa style throughout the afternoon.

I imagine that ‘thermos tea’ is probably not the best way to enjoy this tea but it also wasn’t a bad tea. The jasmine did get quite strong but thankfully not at all bitter. It was a little like drinking jasmine and edamame or green beans. Not really a favourite of mine, but pleasant enough. Bolder and thicker mouthfeel than I’m sure is typical, just by way of my steeping choice.

Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOPCPUq9f_g&ab_channel=SuLee

Cameron B.

I also found it confusing, I was expecting a black pearl tea.

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