Tea Time at Reverie: Teasenz’s Red Dragon Pearls Black Tea

Somebody’s found her new favorite unflavored black tea! Check out my newest tea review at A Bibliophile’s Reverie, where I discover the unfolding warmth and “bold yet cozy” profile of Teasenz’s Red Dragon Pearls Black Tea! And yes, it’s possible for a tea to be bold yet cozy at the same time. 😉

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With all the samples I’ve received so far for Tea Time, I’ve done my best to offer variety with each new review. At the same time, I’ve been dying to try Teasenz’s Red Dragon Pearls ever since Teasenz’s package arrived. Grown and harvested in China’s Yunnan province, this black tea (also known as “Black Dragon Pearls”) is special in that it’s one of the only hand-rolled black teas in the world. And from the sounds of Teasenz’s description below, Red Dragon Pearls could be the ultimate autumn tea. So, let’s see what we find once the pearls unfold, shall we?

The Basics

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Yezi’s Description:An unusual black tea hand-rolled into ‘pearls’ in southern Yunnan, China. This fantastically bold brew offers up all the flavors of a crisp autumn day with just one pearl. Malty, nuanced, and tannic, it also offers complex flavors of fallen leaves…

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