Can’t believe I have not logged this before. It is light, refreshing and very delicate. There is a hint of almonds in the flavour and a sweetness in the aftertaste that I did not notice while drinking the tea.
Hanyu Pinyin: bai hao yin zhen
Production area: Fuding, Fujian
Harvest time: Spring 2012
With a name like Silver Needles, you expect refinement and sophistication and you are not disappointed. Its almond white liquor oozes purity and its smooth, silky liquor soothes the throat, leaving you asking for more.
Grown in Tailao Mountain in Fuding, the Home of White Tea, the Silver Needles has one of the finest white teas around. Try it and find out why it has been a favorite ever since its first production in 1796.
Sweet, refreshing with a lingering recurring sweetness
Clear almond white
3 words spring to mind when it comes to the Silver Needles: Purity, purity and purity.
Every aspect of her radiates purity, like a young choir girl, how can you not be entirely enchanted by her.