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White Peony Tea

Organic White Tea

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White Peony (Bai Mu Dan) is the most common style of traditional white tea and consists of two tea leaves and a silvery bud.

Character

Full, low-astringency

Body

Heavy, sweet

Aroma (Perfume)

Roasted, woody, soft

Finish (Aftertaste)

Mild, sweet

Liquor

Amber-orange, smooth, clear

Tasting Notes

Pure white tea with mellow-sweet notes of fresh hay and accents of honey and nectar.

Origin

Fujian, China

Ingredients

Organic white tea.

Water Temperature: 185°F
Leaf to Water Ratio: 2 tablespoons per 8 ounces
Infusion Time: 3-5 minutes

For the best infusions, we recommend brewing this tea in a Guywan.

We encourage you to experiment with the quantity of tea leaves and the length of the infusion time to find your desired brew strength. Varying the water temperature isn’t recommended, as water that is too hot will over-extract the bitter components of tea, while water that is too cool might not fully draw out the aromas and flavors of tea.

Gentle processing and a unique withering process result in an amber-orange infusion with low astringency, weighty mouthfeel and a mild flavor that pairs well with most foods.

Bai Mu Dan is popular in Hong Kong and amongst Cantonese as a digestive aid and is often served during a meal. White Peony goes well with any food and brews an amber-orange, smooth infusion with low astringency and a mild flavor. It is noted to be cooling and refreshing.

Character

Full, low-astringency

Body

Heavy, sweet

Aroma (Perfume)

Roasted, woody, soft

Finish (Aftertaste)

Mild, sweet

Liquor

Amber-orange, smooth, clear

Tasting Notes

Pure white tea with mellow-sweet notes of fresh hay and accents of honey and nectar.

Origin

Fujian, China

Ingredients

Organic white tea.

Water Temperature: 185°F
Leaf to Water Ratio: 2 tablespoons per 8 ounces
Infusion Time: 3-5 minutes

For the best infusions, we recommend brewing this tea in a Guywan.

We encourage you to experiment with the quantity of tea leaves and the length of the infusion time to find your desired brew strength. Varying the water temperature isn’t recommended, as water that is too hot will over-extract the bitter components of tea, while water that is too cool might not fully draw out the aromas and flavors of tea.

Gentle processing and a unique withering process result in an amber-orange infusion with low astringency, weighty mouthfeel and a mild flavor that pairs well with most foods.

Bai Mu Dan is popular in Hong Kong and amongst Cantonese as a digestive aid and is often served during a meal. White Peony goes well with any food and brews an amber-orange, smooth infusion with low astringency and a mild flavor. It is noted to be cooling and refreshing.