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YUNNAN GU SHU BAI LU

ANCIENT TREE WHITE DEW
WHITE TEA
★ PESTICIDE-FREE GARDENING

Lincang, Yunnan, China

Made from "one bud and two leaves" spring tea material, harvested from ancient wild trees and traditionally stone-pressed into 200 g cakes, this high-quality tea has a gentle and deep taste. Due to the special raw material, this tea has good aging potential. Exquisite tea with a sweet and refreshing taste. MORE

When properly stored, this tea gets better with time!

200 g

AROMA
Dried fruits, citrus, vanilla
TASTE
Sweet, honey, woody

ALTITUDE: 2250 m
HARVEST: Spring, 2021

WHITE TEA FROM ANCIENT TREES OF LINCANG

ORIGIN
Made from the tea leaves harvested from ancient trees, traditionally sun-dried and pressed into these accurate 200g cakes. Beautiful whole-leaf material that is easy to take apart. Very noble tea with good ageing potential. When properly stored, this high-quality raw material will develop even further into something unique and exquisite.

We have two options:
2020 and 2021 production!

ORGANOLEPTICS
The dry tea leaves smell amazingly sweet with notes of honey and a little bit of wood. After spending some time in a warmed gaiwan, the tea leaves start to smell even more intensely with some fruity and berry tones. A very gentle and sweet fragrance will surprise even the most sophisticated tea lovers. After rinsing the leaves, this tea continues to play with your imagination and gives you new aroma notes and flavours like apricot, dried apple, vanilla, butter, and much more. I believe that you will find something personal in this tea, something that will create a special connection between both of you. The taste is bright, refreshing, sweet, deep, and tender at the same time. A little bit of woody and light tobacco notes are somewhere in the background of a long-lasting aftertaste. The colour of an infusion is clear, and transparent with an amber tone.

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