Review: Dragon Pearl Bai Mu Dan White Tea

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Thumbs up!"If you're feeling quietly content and in the mood for something pleasant to sip during a beautifully breezy day with just enough sprinkles to make the air smell fresh and incredible, this is a good choice."
Numi’s Teaview: 7/10
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dragon-pearl-white.jpgThe fuzzy green large shoots together with the light, refreshing taste are quintessentially white tea characteristics and much appreciated here. What stands out is the very slight, almost mentholated feeling that lasts from the first sniff to the aftertaste. It's not mentholated in the artificial neon green sense, but in the freshness that comes from a garden-picked salad: unidentifiable, herbaceous, and a welcome accompaniment with a light, healthy entree. I think the motto of this tea is "gentle", in it's aroma, smoothness, and lingering mouthsense. If you're in the mood for excitement, drama, or complexity, this is not the one to go for. But if you're feeling quietly content and in the mood for something pleasant to sip during a beautifully breezy day with just enough sprinkles to make the air smell fresh and incredible, this is a good choice.

— To purchase Dragon Pearl Bai Mu Dan White Tea, or for more specific information on ingredients or the story behind this particular tea, click here to go directly to the manufacturer's web site.

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