130g,Mini bai mu dan cake,Chinese white tea balls,Pai Mu Tan Peony tee, 4.5 oz
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Name: Mini Bai Mu Dan White Tea balls
Other names: Pai Mu Tan, White Peony
Origin : Fuding, Fu Jian province, China
Grade : A
Rating : ★★★★★
Net Weight: 130 grams (4.5 oz) About 5 grams of each ball
Storage : stored in a dry place and no direct sunshine
Packaging：We will use sealed, tin-foil packaging. It can keep fresh a long time
Taste: The taste of this tea is smooth, delicate and highly refreshing.
Appearance: Produced using 2 to 3 leaves and a bud proportion. Long and straight tea leaves. When steeped, the leaves slowly open up resembling petals of a peony blossom.
Suggested Usage: Use between one and two teaspoons of leaves per cup of 85 degree water (185 fahrenheit) for up to one minute. Increase the steeping time for each subsequent brewing.
About Bai Mu Dan White Tea
Bai Mu Dan is a White tea, a cheaper version of Yinzhen with fewer buds and more leaf. It is produced in the spring and is usually covered in white down. It is widely considered to be the second grade of white tea. The tea is usually grown in the Fujian Province of China from Da Bai or Large White tea trees.
Bai Mu Dan is a White tea that includes new leaves as well as the center needle sprout. While widely considered to be a lower grade than Yinzhen, it is actually a separate category of white tea that includes grades of its own. Bai Mu Dan style is often preferred by white tea drinkers for its fuller flavor and greater potency than the Bai Hao Yinzhen style tea, which is made with undeveloped leaves, and so it is comparatively pale when brewed.
Grown on the misty mountains of Fujian province in China, the downy silver buds and fresh young leaves are soft and intoxicatingly fragrant. The resulting liquor is a beautiful golden yellow with a more robust texture than your average white tea. The taste is deliciously rich, sweet cream butter with light, pleasing vegetal notes. Slightly astringent, it leaves behind just enough of the smooth sweetness to make you anxious for more. Over ice, this bold white tea plays coy, leaving behind the vegetal notes for an exquisitely refreshing taste experience.