Yunnan Dragon Pearl from What-cha

YunnanDragonPearlTea Information:

Leaf Type: Black

Where to Buy:  What-Cha

Tea Description:

A unique black tea rolled into huge marble sized balls. With a sweet aroma and taste, and an incredibly thick texture.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

When I saw this tea was in my last package I squealed.  What-Cha teas are all the rage on Steepster.  I have been wanting to try their teas for a while because of how people ooohh and awe over them.  And now it is my turn.

While I was formatting this review, I was sad to find out this tea is no longer available from What-Cha.  It seems I am late to this party.  But alas, I was able in the end to try this phenomenal tea.

This tea gave me everything I was looking for in a black tea.  Ease of preparation.  Versatility. Sweet Flavor.  Caramel notes.  Touches of honey.  Slight roasted tone.  Everything.

The first sip you are greeted with a nice malty like hint.  Then you get that luscious caramel and honey sweetness finished with a hint of a lovely roasted profile.  Each sip I find myself closing my eyes and heaving a sigh afterwards, indulging fully in the flavor.  This tea is impressive.  Really really impressive.  I don’t think I can use enough adjectives to really describe this tea and the marvelous flavors it delivers.  It makes me sad that the little pearls I have left, which I think are about 3 at this point, is it for this beauty.  I wonder if there is any company that sells a comparable tea?

There will be tears when this tea is gone.  Big ol alligator tears and lots and lots of wailing.

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