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Indonesian Pearls 50g

Rated 4.60 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)

£10.00 £8.00

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These unusual Indonesian green tea pearls are handcrafted in an organic, single estate tea garden located close to the pristine, virgin rainforest of Mount Halimun Salak National Park, home to endangered Javan leopards. The fresh, clean, unpolluted mountain air and fertile soil provide the perfect conditions to grow this unique tea.

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Description

Baraka Teas Indonesia tea plantation

PT Harendong, West Java, Indonesia

 

Hand picked from an organic tea garden nestled in the exotic Halimun Mountains, West Java, these Indonesian green tea pearls are lovingly crafted by artisans. This delicate yet refreshing tea has sweet, floral notes with hints of pink grapefruit. A truly unique green tea.

 

Garden: PT Harendong, Indonesia

Date of harvest: October 2014

Altitude: approx 1000m

Appearance: Vivid green, rolled leaf balls which unfurl into beautiful, large leaves

Production method: Orthodox.  Picked, withered, oxidized by 5-10%, rolled and dried.

Certified USDA  organic and IMO organic Switzerland

 

Steeping instructions:

Use 1 tsp per person. Infuse for 1-2 mins using 85-90°C fresh water. Infuse each pot twice

 

Read a review on our Indonesian Pearls from the Teaxplorer: http://teaxplorer.com/2015/02/12/tea-review-baraka-teas-indonesian-pearls-and-malawi-green/

and The Buddha Mom: http://www.buddhamomtea.com/2015/12/a-lovely-and-unusual-rolled-green-from.html?m=1


 

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5 reviews for Indonesian Pearls 50g

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Spencer

    I really like this tea. It has an exceptionally clean taste without the astringency usually found in green teas. I found it very refreshing and perfect for cold brewing.I haven’t come across a tea like this before- very impressed.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Miriam

    This has a delicate taste and is not bitter at all. The best thing is watching the leaves open; it’s so nice to see the leaf of the tea plant!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    buddhamomtea.com

    from my blog article…’frankly delicious, easy to brew, and surprisingly long-lasting, I re-brewed the leaves for two hours over a long game of ‘Clue’ with my family, which I lost, as usual. I find drinking good tea and winning at board games hardly ever go hand-in-hand. This tea is sweet, floral, delicate but is still full of flavor and very sip is a revelation of, once again, how good life is.
    I drank this in the morning in the sun and I drank this in the evening in the warm light of my family’s hearth and it fit in to both scenarios like a pro. A friendly, happy-to-be-with-you-tea that also hints about how big the world is, and how you simply must, at some point research this part of the world where this tea hails from and marvel even further at how amazing the whole darn planet can be.” Read the whole review of this delicious tea at http://www.buddhamomtea.com

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Emily

    Refreshing and not at all bitter like most green teas I’ve tried. I love it!

  5. Rated 4 out of 5

    Chelsea – www.TastetheTea.co.uk

    Aroma: tobacco and black tea. When left to steep the smell changes and becomes remarkably floral, combined with a slight hint of the normal grassiness that accompanies many green teas.

    Flavour: Aromatic and floral, with a predominant note of lilies, a subtle essence of fruits and a vegetal finish. This is also accompanied by a thick mouth feel that extends and linger through the finish for a while after tasting.

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