Drum Mountain White Cloud

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170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “Just had my last cup of this sample. I can rate it better now that I've more experience with whites. My earlier description of the flavor is accurate, but it's not anywhere near as good as...” Read full tasting note
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    RumpusParable 277 tasting notes
  • “Another entry in the Golden Moon Single-Leaf Club. It is my first white tea so I would not even attempt to rate it. The leaves are quite large. I followed the recommended steeping time and...” Read full tasting note
    Kitty 36 tasting notes

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Grown at the Buddhist Drum Mountain Monastery on the mountaintops of Fujian, White Cloud has a light sugary sweetness with hints of gardenias and grilled leeks. A rare tea of the Da Bai varietal that is hard to oversteep.
Steep Time: 3 minutes
Water Temperature: 170 degrees

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Just had my last cup of this sample. I can rate it better now that I’ve more experience with whites.

My earlier description of the flavor is accurate, but it’s not anywhere near as good as pterosaur whites I’ve since tried. It’s reminiscent of wheat but a bit on the weak side of white flavors. I’m not unhappy to be out of it now.

Dinosara

Pterosaur Whites are definitely my favorite kind!

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36 tasting notes

Another entry in the Golden Moon Single-Leaf Club. It is my first white tea so I would not even attempt to rate it. The leaves are quite large. I followed the recommended steeping time and temperature.

I normally drink breakfast teas, heavy on the single-estate top grade Assams so this is quite different than those. Very vegetal – can’t say if it is leeks or not, but vegetal. The flavor lingers long after drinking it. I know white teas are supposed to be sweet, but I am not really picking this up at all, perhaps because it doesn’t compare to the honey or molasses of the assams.

Interesting. I can see why some might like it. Not quite my cup of tea. Now I’m really looking forward to the Golden Bi Lo……

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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