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Organic Bai Mu Dan: 1/4 Pound Loose Tea Sleeve

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White tea is smooth and savory, plucked in gardens only in the early spring when the leaves and buds are young. A gentle cuppa' tea with soft flavor.



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  • Description


    Silvery white hairs appear on the young, unopened bud of the tea plant plucked to make the best quality white teas. They have to be handled carefully by pluckers, and when you sip this tea you'll sense that delicate care!

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  • Directions

    light buzz,
    1/3 cup coffee
    2 heaping tsp (3g) per 16oz water at 165 (very light boil) steep 3 min.

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Customer Reviews

This Bai Mu Dan (aka white tea) is beautiful though more subtle in flavor than many of the other Two Leaves teas It is smooth, light, sweet and delicately flavorful: a sophisticated tea. With its light caffeine content, it makes for a lovely evening tea, but I dink it throughout the day when I’m craving a light but complex and elegant beverage. Bravo!
(Posted on 12/15/13)

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