Bai Mu Dan Premium (White Peony Tea)

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Smooth and mellow, with fresh cucumber and soft fruit notes.

Lingering, sweet aftertaste 


Place of Origin: Fuding, Fujian
Certification: EU Standards
Tea Varietal: Fuding Dabaicha Cultivar
Farming Methods: Biodynamic Organic Farming
Production Methods: Plucking-Withering-Drying-Packing

It's a true delicacy!
'White Peony' is probably the most common white tea in the market and it yields a refreshing, easy drinking.
Made from 'one bud and two leaves’ with silvery hairs on one side, it is good for consumption in the current year of production but if stored for years,
it can taste even better.
 White Peony Tea has a wide range of price in the market with huge quality differences. Our White Peony Tea  is sourced from the tea farmers in Taimu mountain in Fuding and made in the traditional sun-dried production way.
You would find this White Peony Tea totally different from the widely available ones made in the large-scale industrialized way.

 Ingredients: White Tea. 

Preparation Methods:

1. Put 3-4g the White Peony Tea into a glass;
2. Pour into the glass 100ml 100°C water;
3. Brew for 15 seconds for the first brewing, longer time for the following brewing;
4. The White Peony Tea stands up to three brewing.

 

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.