Don't be fooled by the near-colorless infusion, the flavor of this tea is bold. The pronounced honey and spice flavor is balanced with a hint of pine and cedar and no astringency. It's white tea turned to 11.
Made from the dormant buds of Camellia Taliensis from Wuding County, Yunnan. Camellia Taliensis is a wild relative to the cultivated tea plant Camellia Sinensis. The buds are picked over the winter, piled, and processed like white tea.
Tea is highly personal and these instructions are only a starting point. Play with the parameters to find the perfect flavor for you.❦
|Tea||3 grams per 6-ounce (175 mL) cup|