2014 Yunnan "Bai Mu Dan" White Tea

4.5 stars  4.5  1 review  Added 04.06.2014 by Eternal Spring, Tea status: [355] A 2270x
2014 Yunnan "Bai Mu Dan" White Tea
2014 Yunnan "Bai Mu Dan" White Tea 2014 Yunnan "Bai Mu Dan" White Tea 2014 Yunnan "Bai Mu Dan" White Tea
2014 Yunnan "Bai Mu Dan" White Tea 2014 Yunnan "Bai Mu Dan" White Tea

Category: White tea

Country: China

Province: Yunnan

Harvest: Jingmai area, Lancang county, Yunnan

Date of production: Late March 2014

Shop: Cha Wang Shop

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Fujain famous white tea "White peony" (Bai Mu Dan)- Taste similar but not the same. This tea come from tea area near Jingmai, Lancang county and large leaves varietal trees.

Clean slightly yellow green tea soup, pleasant aroma. Sweet and rich taste, fresh and pleasant

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Eternal Spring
05.06.2014 18:05:11
Eternal Spring

Sweet treat

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This is a wonderful tea, which contains a large proportion of fluffy tips up to 3cm long. Tea leaves are not rolled, and thus occupies a large volume. 100g bag is really huge :-) Some leaves are yellow.

The smell of the dry tea is fresh and slightly spicy.
The first infusion has bright color. Taste is soft, delicate, sweet.
Further brews are dominated by sweet taste with a floral flavor.

Energy is a very gentle, caressing. It is also suitable for evening sipping.

Beautiful, pleasant and tasty tea for super price of $7.

Colder water will highlight spicy - herbal flavor.
Otherwise, do not be afraid of warmer water or longer steeping times. You always get sweet and pleasant infusion.

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