Bai Mu Dan
Bai Mu Dan White Tea
This delicious white tea comes from the Fujian province of China. The shoots and top two leaves are picked by hand and only in the spring. After the leaves are picked, they are dried in the sunlight for several days and then piled up for several hours, causing them to oxidize slightly. The fragile leaves are handled in a very careful way, because any small damage would accelerate oxidation and that is not the intention. Then the leaves are heated to dry.
The fresh, soft, slightly floral and nice taste of Bai Mu Dan lingers in the mouth like a beautiful, sweet memory. This can be a successful entry into the world of white tea.
Brewing advice: 2g/250ml, use water of 85°C and steep for 3 minutes.
Nett Weight: 100 gram