An alright white tea, more acidic than I expected. Quite grassy in taste, not a big fan.
Bai Hao Yin Zhen
A most beautiful tea
This is a true luxury, considered by many to be China’s most famous white tea. To create it, only the first leaves and downy, silvery unopened buds of the tea plant are picked by hand during the April harvest. How does this influence the flavour and aroma? Connoisseurs rave about its sweet complexity, and about an underlying grassy taste that makes it uniquely perfect.