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Verkäufer: Top-Rated Seller 10029142 (7.776) 98.4%, Artikelstandort: Chongqing, Versand nach: Worldwide, Artikelnummer: 391512531898 Rabatt: Wir unterstützen kombinieren Versandkosten, wenn Sie kaufen möchten mehr als einen Artikel, bitte senden Sie mir eine eBay-Nachricht, sag mir ihre eBay-Artikelnummer (einschließlich der Menge und Gewicht), wir berechnen den Rabatt Preis-und Versandkosten.Do not worry about payment . paypal will automatically convertible currency.Name: Jasmin Dragon Phoenix Pearl Tee, grüner Tee / Long Zhu Hua ChaUrsprung: Fujian, ChinaGrad: OBERSEITE, SupergrößeLagerung: an einem trockenen Ort gelagert und keine direkte Sonneneinstrahlung Produkt-Features Süß duftende Aroma hilft, Spannungen zu entlasten. Weil die Kunst des Tees ist um den guten Geschmack. Bekannt für seine aphrodisierende Eigenschaften und seine Fähigkeit, Ruhe und beruhigen die Nerven. Produktbeschreibung Pale grünen Likör mit einer glatten und Jasmine zarten Geschmack. Beobachten Sie, wie die Hand-gebundene Tee Ball verwandelt sich in eine Blume-wie blühen. Jasmine Bälle werden von Hand gerollt und gebunden. Das Blatt Aussehen eher in Richtung einer fleckige und weißen Aussehen, Angabe sehr früh neue Saison Tee und äußerst vorsichtig Zupfen. Neue Saison Tee dieser Qualität ist selten und nur für 2-3 Wochen pro Jahr. Wenn Sie ein Infusion Jasmine Ball, sehen Sie die äußeren Blätter beginnen zu entkräuseln. Sobald die Infusion Zeit ist der Tee sieht aus wie eine Chrysantheme Blume mit langen Blütenblätter auf der Außenseite und der kurzen Blütenblättern auf der Innenseite. Die Chrysantheme bedeutet Ruhe, Schönheit, Langlebigkeit und GesundheitName: Jasmine Dragon Phoenix Pearl Tea, Green Tea /Long Zhu Hua ChaOrigin: Fuding Country, Fujian Province, ChinaGrade: Top , Limited in Quantity!Rating : ★★★★★State: Bulk Tea BallsHarvest time: The annual Spring.Ingredients: 100% Organic Green tea leaves and jasmine FlowerPackaging: We use professional packaging - sealed, vacuum foil bag.Net Weight: Please your own choice. If you need special weight, please contact us at (EBAY message).Expired Date: 18 months.Storage: Clean, airy, dry, avoid direct sunlight, no pollution, No Srange Smell. The best seal and store in the refrigerator (0-10℃ )Name: Jasmine Dragon Phoenix Pearl Tea, Green Tea /Long Zhu Hua ChaOrigin : Fujian Province,ChinaGrade : Supreme, Limited in Quantity!Storage : stored in a dry place and no direct sunshineProduct Description Pale green liquor with a smooth and delicate Jasmine flavor. Watch as the hand-tied tea ball transforms into a flower-like blossom.Jasmine Balls are hand rolled and tied. The leaf appearance tends toward a mottled and white appearance, indicating very early new season tea and extremely careful plucking. New season tea of this quality is rare and only available for 2-3 weeks each year. When you infuse a Jasmine Ball, you will see the outer leaves begin to uncurl. Once the infusion time is complete the tea looks like a chrysanthemum flower with long petals on the outside and the short petals on the inside. The chrysanthemum implies tranquillity, beauty, longevity and healthAbout Jasmine Dragon Phoenix Pearl Tea Dragon-phoenix ball or pearl tea was a general designation for Song's North Garden tribute tea, which included the Dragon ball tea and the Phoenix Cake Tea. The North Garden was located in Phoenix Mountain of Jian'ou, Fujian Province. The Dragon-phoenix ball tea was already made during Song Taiping Xingguo period (A.D. 976-983). During the Xianping period (A.D 998-1003), Ding Wei made "Big Dragon Ball" to pay tribute. During Qingli period, Cai Xiang made "small Dragon Ball" which got the better of the "Big Dragon Ball". The Dragon-phoenix ball tea was the greatest achievement of ancient Chinese cake tea production. This lovely tea is now grown in the Fujian and Jiangxi provinces, and Guandong province. Some say Dragon Phoenix Pearl gets its name from the tea bushes "climbing the hillsides like a Dragon rising from the waters". Others suggest it refers to the way the green and white leaves of the tea twist and swirl around one another. It is grown in a mountainous, often fog-shrouded area near the border of the Fujian and Jiangxi provinces. Dragon Phoenix Pearl is one of the finest jasmines shipped from the port of Foochow. Jasmine pearls are tightly rolled white tea leaves (in tea talk, white = buds only) that have been suffused with Jasmine essence in the drying process. Lower grade Jasmine teas are packed with the flowers included; the best jasmine teas are not, since the scenting process has completely infused a very strong flavor and essence of Jasmine over a very delicate tea. Guandong province tea is excellent and very similar to the Jasmine Pearls from Imperial Tea Court at almost half the price. The base flavor of the Imperial Tea Court Pearls is superior, but it is not an exceptional difference. The tea is plucked in April and May and stored until August when the finest jasmine blossoms are in bloom. Night blooming white jasmine flowers are picked in the morning when the tiny petals are tightly closed and kept cool until nightfall. In the early evening the flowers begin to open with a popping sound which is the signal for the scenting to begin. Dragon Pearl tea leaves are customarily reinfused by adding additional hotter water to the cup for a morning of drinking. Tea connoisseurs suggest pleasant differences in the flavor can be perceived for four to seven brewings. It is recommended that oolong and white teas be brewed at a slightly lower water temperature than black tea, as the flavors are more delicate and volatile. Remove the freshly boiled water from the heat and allow it to stand for at least one minute- temperature 170-180 degrees. For multiple infusions, increase time and water temperature with each infusion. The water used to steep this tea should be about 160-180°F or 70-80°C. Use about 2 teaspoons (3 grams) of tea leaves for about every 5 ounces (150 milliliters) of water. A steeping time of about 3-5 minutes with more or less time is recommended depending on the desired concentration. As a rough guide, the hotter the water or the greater the amount of leaves used, the shorter the steeping time should be. The use of a covered glass or ceramic cup is recommended for steeping in order to appreciate the tea leaves. New Zealand, Australia1USA, Canada, Mexico1Israel, South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Turkey, Saudi Arabia1UK, Russia, EU countries China Post ePacket or EMS7-15 Working Daystracking number is available Other countries (regions) China Post registered parcel10-25 Working Daystracking number is available Condition: Neu, Form: Lose, Marke: Markenlos, Herstellungsland und -region: China, Aromen & Früchte: Jasmin, Aroma: Jasmin, Sorte, Herkunft: China, Sorte: Grüner Tee

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