WHITE TEA

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  • Bai Hao Yin Zhen
    Brewing difficulty: General difficulty Best season to taste: Summer Origin: Fuding and Zhenghe in Fujian Province. Shape: stout bud, white and bright flowery fuzz. Liquid: apricot or faint yellow, clear. Aroma: delicate fragrance. Taste: Refreshing and mellow. The smell of fresh-cut hay and fields of flowers bathed in dew emanates from the steeped buds. The liquid, which tastes both sweet and vegetal, releases delicate notes of flowering clover and wheatgrass. Smooth and fluid, it leaves graceful aromas, in which apricot and artichoke combine, in the mouth. Its long finish, honeyed and thirst quenching, is soothing to the palate. Brewed tea leaves: evenly yellow and green for fresh tea, slightly reddish-brown for old tea. Water: fine natural spring water or stream water is the best, and purified water is good. Tea sets: transparent glass for better sight, and covered bowl for keeping fragrant aroma. Infusion: 4-5 times, the second and third infusions are optimal. Infusing time: the first infusion lasts 3 minutes. When it turns yellow, you can drink the tea. 5 minutes are ok for the second infusion and more times for the following infusions.
    $27.60
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  • White Peony Tea
    Brewing difficulty: Easy Best season to taste: Summer Origin: Zhenghe, Jianyang, Songxi and Fuding in Fujian Province Shape: fat bud, fat and tender leaf shaped like raised waves, leaf margin curled up towards the center, whole shoot, light green front surface, and white fuzz full of the black surface. Liquid: apricot or orange yellow, clear. Aroma: clean and fresh. Recognizing: White Peony is dull lichen-colored, and its leaf is covered with white fuzz. After being brewing, it turns into an "infant flower" with the green leaf holding the tender bud. Its liquid is apricot or orange yellow, and tastes fresh and mellow. Taste: refreshing, sweet, and mellow. Brewed tea leaves: light grey leaves, reddish veins, fat and tender bundle. Water temperature: 100℃. Tea sets: purple sand teapot or glass. Storage: White Peony is stored in ventilated and dry places; it requires no special treatment, nor storage in the refrigerator. Make sure it's free from extraneous odor and tightly sealed.
    $24.90
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  • Anji White Tea
    Brewing difficulty: Easy Best season to taste: Autumn Origin: Anji County of Zhejiang Province Translation: White tea from the region of Anji Alternative name: An Ji White Tea Region: Zhejiang Province Harvest season: Late March to early April Cultivar: Bai Ye Shape: straight, fat and a little flat with white fuzz and fat bud. Liquid: clear and bright. Aroma: lasting and thick fragrance. Taste: moist and cool, fragrant, sweet, and mild as "bamboo in snow". The higher grade the tea, the more pure and fragrant the aroma. Brewed tea leaves: bright green, blossoming shoots can be identified. Shape: the tea whose leaves are fat and tender with lots of fuzz is the top grade. The tea whose bud is thin and sparse is inferior. The tea whose leaves are mixed with tender buds and old leaves is of bad quality. Taste: the top grade tastes fresh, mellow, thick and sweet. The one which tastes astrictive and dull is of bad quality. Soup: the top grade looks apricot, almond green, clear and bright. The tea which looks reddish and dark mix is poor. Quality: free of old stems, old leaves and Herbarium. If the tea contains these impurities, it is of poor quality. Brewing method: the middle-putting brewing method is adopted. First use a small amount of water to moisten the tea, and then shake the cup, and finally put water to brew the tea. Water temperature: the water temperature cannot be too high, 80℃ - 85℃ is appropriate. Tea sets: glass or glass tureen. Tasting notes: The threadlike leaves of this delicate gem are pale green and uniform. Unfurled they look so tender and perfect that they seem barely plucked from the branch of the tea plant They release a lush scent of greenery mixed with fresh grass and asparagus with light notes of white flowers. The pale liquid slides suavely and smoothly through the mouth. The sweet and tart attack swells to aromas of ground cherries and fresh beans. The overall sensation is both gentle and dazzling and has a remarkable balance. Fresh and exquisite, the long vegetal finish is undercut with flowers and transports the taster. Recommended infusion accessory: A zhong or small teapot.
    $19.98
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  • Shou Mei White Tea
    Brewing diffculty: Easy Best season to taste: Summer Origin: Fuding and Zhenghe in Fujian Province Appearance: obvious buds, mass of white fuzzy tips, and jade leaves. Liquid: orange or deep yellow. Aroma: fresh and mellow. Taste: mellow and brisk. Brewed tea leaves: even, soft and bright with reddish veins. Recognizing: you’ll see obvious buds, mass of white fuzzy tips, and jade leaves. The orange or deep yellow liquid, and even, soft and bright brewed tea leaves mirror the reddish veins through light. It tastes mellow and brisk, and smells fresh and pure. Water temperature: above 85℃. Tea sets: glass.
    $26.98
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  • Gong Mei White Tea
    Brewing diffculty: Easy Best season to taste: Summer Origin: Fuding and Zhenghe in Fujian Province Appearance: obvious buds, mass of white fuzzy tips, and jade leaves. Liquid: orange or deep yellow. Aroma: fresh and mellow. Taste: mellow and brisk. Brewed tea leaves: even, soft and bright with reddish veins. Recognizing: you’ll see obvious buds, mass of white fuzzy tips, and jade leaves. The orange or deep yellow liquid, and even, soft and bright brewed tea leaves mirror the reddish veins through light. It tastes mellow and brisk, and smells fresh and pure. Water temperature: above 85℃. Tea sets: glass.
    $26.98
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