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From Teas.com.au

Sow Mee (Old Man’s Eyebrows) is dried with higher heat hence stronger in brew colour and flavour than Silver Needle and Pai Mu Tan. A popular white tea served in Chinese restaurants.

Ingredients: White tea (Camellia Sinensis)

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Nice, more full bodied white. Lovely.

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One of the more full-bodied white teas, and one that I haven’t had for a while, so when I was sent a free sample pack it seemed like a good time to revisit it. As with many white teas, I always find the second steeping better than the first. This time I steeped it for five minutes in water at 75C. If you like pai mu tan/white peony you’ll probably like this one, too.

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