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BAI MUDAN

WHITE PEONY
WHITE TEA

Nanguang Tea Garden, Fuding, Fujian, China

This is a classic Chinese white tea with hundreds-year history. One of the most delicate, light and sweet teas with huge amount of beneficial properties. High altitude, unique climate, special local cultivar, early spring harvest and traditional processing makes this tea one of the most exquisite.

ORGANIC

AROMA
Floral
TASTE
Fruity, Creamy

ALTITUDE: 600-900 m
VARIETAL: Fuding Da Bai
HARVEST: Spring, 2021

WHITE PEONY from NANGUANG TEA GARDEN

ORIGIN
Fuding is a small town in the northeast of Fujian province, China. This place is considered as a birthplace of white tea. The Nanguang Tea Garden is located west of Taimu Mountain, about 40 km south of the city of Fuding. An elevation is 600 to 900 meters. High altitude, unique climate and chemistry of soil makes the perfect conditions for growing highest quality tea.

Like Bai Hao Yin Zhen this tea is one of the highest grades of white tea made from a special local cultivar Fuding Da Bai (Big White). The leaves are harvested between March 15 and April 10, on days when the weather is clear. A beautiful combination of one bud and two leaves, completely covered with a silvery pile. The buds of Fuding Da Bai are covered with white pile with a density almost three times higher than other varieties or cultivars of tea. This is what makes Fuding white tea unique, creating a special aromatic melody. This tea does not go through the rolling stage during the production process, so the leaf dries in its natural form. Studies have shown that the content of amino acids, as well as aspartic and glutamic acids in tea bud hairs is significantly higher than in the leaf itself. When tea is brewed, its green leaves unfold like the petals of a flower. This process is reminiscent of the beginning of the flowering of a white peony.

ORGANOLEPTICS
Dry tea leaves have a gentle and sweet floral aroma with fresh grass nuances. After keeping it in a warmed tea pot aroma develop into complex baked seeds and nuts. The infusion is transparent and has a golden colour, has a honey-floral aroma, deep sweet taste and a refreshing honey-melon aftertaste.
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