Harney & Sons Dragon Pearl Jasmine Tea (50 Sachets)
This floral Harney & Sons Dragon Pearl Jasmine tea is a masterpiece from Fuan, China. It is comprised of little hand rolled tea 'pearls' gently infused with floral essences from jasmine flowers. Lighter in body, slightly brisk with a light and clear liquor and a strong floral aroma is what you should expect from your cup of tea. This tea is Kosher certified.
There was a time, and it was not too long ago, that there was no Dragon Pearl Jasmine. Now the world is a better place. These are hand rolled by ladies in Fuan in northern Fujian Province. When Mike Harney met the lady that originated this lovely tea, he thanked her on behalf of all tea drinkers.
|Product Contains||50 silken sachets of loose-leaf tea|
|Base||Small rolled "pearls" of faded green and white leaves from Fuan, China|
|Aroma||Strong floral aroma from Jasmine|
|Character||Sweet and floral|
|Brewing Time||3 minutes|
|Brewing Temperature||175° F|
About the Harney & Sons Fine Teas
The Harney & Sons story in the tea industry begins 30 years ago in Salisbury, Connecticut, when John Harney, developed a passion for fine teas and the art and craft of tea blending. John began his own journey in mastering the craft of tea blending. He produced and served his distinctive blends that were becoming more and more popular among the tea drinkers. His small back then home-based business turned to be a global company covered by popular names like Oprah and Dr. Oz and served in five-star hotels such as Four Seasons Hotels, Waldorf Astoria New York and other luxurious establishments. Harney & Sons Fine Teas sources, blends, and packages its own teas and has more than three hundred varieties. The company remains committed to delivering a superior quality teas that the consumers would truly indulge to delivery luxury to the everyday life.
Classic Jasmine tea flavour
Posted by Andrew on 2019 Jul 2nd
Having had hundreds of cups of this tea over the years I can honestly say it is my favorite. It has a very nice present but not overly floral taste. To me it is quite reminiscent of the green tea you get when going to a typical szechuan or Cantonese Chinese food restaurant. Good for a busy morning but I especially enjoy it as an afternoon pickup.
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