Baihao Yinzhen

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White Tea
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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “I am not a tea expert - I've just gone on a bit of a tea experimentation craze, so my tea tasting prowess is nil. I cannot list off the exact flavors and undertones to this tea. All I can say is...” Read full tasting note
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From In the Mood for Tea

(Translated from Swedish using Google Translate)

Our Bai Hao Yin Zhen is a white tea from a certified organic farm in the area of ​​origin of white tea, and is picked and produced entirely by hand. The tea consists of a very early harvest of the finest buds. Authentic white tea produced only in northern Fujian Province, and Bai Hao Yin Zhen is produced only in the areas of Zhenghe and Fuding, and should have been made on the nature dabaihao. Because white tea is the least processed of all types of tea may terroir and picking proportionately larger impact on the finished tea. In the production are the buds out one by one in round bamboo trays and dried in the shade, under temästarens accurate överssyn. Then, a final heating to ensure that the humidity level is low enough. The silvery, downy buds provide a clear infusion with fresh notes of melon, a light herbs and a delicious nutty sweetness. The taste is extremely bright, round and smooth, and the tea can handle exceptionally many brews.

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I am not a tea expert – I’ve just gone on a bit of a tea experimentation craze, so my tea tasting prowess is nil. I cannot list off the exact flavors and undertones to this tea. All I can say is that this is the first tea I have truly enjoyed drinking on its own, with nothing added (milk, sugar, or honey). It is naturally sweet enough for someone with a self-admitted sweet tooth when it comes to tea (and somehow who’s used to scooping a dollop of honey into her teas), but not sickeningly sweet. No bitterness after 3-4 minutes of steeping. I can see this being my regular everyday tea if not for the price tag – 81kr (12.51USD) per 50g. Thankfully it should be able to tolerate multiple steeping sessions.

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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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