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White Dragon Pearl Premium

$20.00

White Dragon Pearl Premium

  • 漢字 極品龍珠

    origin Fuding County, Fujian

    craft steamed & rolled

    flavor notes apricot, rich

    漢字 極品龍珠

    origin Fuding County, Fujian

    craft steamed & rolled

    flavor notes apricot, rich

    Dragon Pearl is crafted from spring-harvested Da Bai leaf buds from Fuding County, Fujian. Though it is usually reserved for the base of jasmine teas, we commissioned the farmer to reserve some of this crop for our white tea connoisseurs. The buds are handpicked, then steamed and individually rolled by hand.

    This is perfect for those who prefer a stronger and robust finish from a white tea. The aroma of the tea is smoky and rich, resembling a perfectly brewed cup of Pilochun early harvest green.

  • Brewing Guide

    The ideal infusion should begin with 3.5 grams of tea with water at 195 degrees. Give the tea an initial 1 second rinse, then let steep for 1 minute. Steep the second infusion for 1 minute as well, but gradually increase steep time by 30 seconds for subsequent infusions.

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    Gaiwan/Teapot (6 oz.)
    leaves 3.5 grams
    temp 195 ° F
    time 1 min
    shop teapots
    Teapot (12 oz.)
    leaves 5.5 grams
    temp 195 ° F
    time 1 min 30 sec
    shop infusers
    Infuser Cup
    leaves 5 grams
    temp 195 ° F
    time 2 min
    shop tea bowls
    Tea Bowl
    leaves 3 grams
    temp 195 ° F
    shop gaiwans
    Gaiwan/Teapot (6 oz.)
    leaves 3.5 grams
    temp 195 ° F
    time 1 min
    shop teapots
    Teapot (12 oz.)
    leaves 5.5 grams
    temp 195 ° F
    time 1 min 30 sec
    shop infusers
    Infuser Cup
    leaves 5 grams
    temp 195 ° F
    time 2 min
    shop tea bowls
    Tea Bowl
    leaves 3 grams
    temp 195 ° F