Bai Hao Yin Zhen (First Flush Guangxi Silver Needle)

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Fresh and aromatic aroma.

Smooth and mellow flavour with no astringency or sharpeness.

Lightly sweet and floral aftertaste.

Place of Origin: Baise, Guangxi
Tea Varietal: Fuding Da Bai Hao Cultivar
Farming Methods: Biodynamic Organic Farming
Production Methods: Plucking-Peeling-Withering-Drying-Packing
Certification: EU Standards

Silver Needle is the highest quality white tea available.
It is a mix of soft, plump needle tips and small young leaves which are sage green on one side and pale white fine silvery hairs on the other.

This Premium White Tea is produced in Guangxi Province (southern China) by hand-picking the buds in early spring and least drying them naturally.
It not only has beautiful appearance but also gives great taste.

The liquor is a bright clear apricot color with a fresh spring flower aroma and delightful apricot, honey nuances.

 Ingredients: White Tea Buds. 

Preparation Method:

1.Pour the hot water into a long glass to warm it up;
2. After 10-20 seconds, pour off hot water when the glass is warmed up;
3. Place 2g Silver Needle White Tea into the glass;
4. Pour in water at 90°C until it reach about 1/3 capacity of the glass;
5. Gently sway the glass to let tealeaves absorb the water;
6. After 2 minutes, pour in the the water to the full of the glass;
7. Brew for 2-3 minutes;
8. When the Silver Needle White Tea starts absorbing water, it will stands up and move upward and downward in water;

Multiple infusions


Our teas are packed in eco-friendly, recyclable, resealable pouches

*Please be aware that we constantly search for new sustainable materials, so packaging received may vary.

White Tea: The Finest from China.

A true delicacy! White tea is one of the most delicate tea varieties because it is so minimally processed. It is harvested before the leaves are opened fully and the young buds are still covered by fine 'white' hairs. Downy hairs are considered a sign of quality.

Poets referred to these special teas as being, “white like the clouds, green like a dream, pure like snow, and as aromatic as an orchid.” The rareness of the tea trees and short harvest time cause the price of white tea to be higher than other varieties.