The aroma of the un-brewed tea leaves is sweet, and inviting, but the liquor is very light. It’s not the best Bai Mu Dan I’ve tried. However, I did notice the great floral notes that were in this tea more than others.
My first white tea. I really enjoy the light taste…no bitterness at all. I got 3 full steeps at 4, 5, and 6 minutes
I’ve made this tea before, but this time it has a slightly bitter taste to it. I’m not sure what that’s about, since I made it the same as always. Hmm.
The aroma is really yummy, but the flavor of the tea is pretty light. I feel like this would be a good tea to try if you’re curious about what Bai Mu Dan tastes like but don’t want to go to the trouble of ordering it online (since you can get it for an okay price at World Market). Bai Mu Dan definitely has a really unique taste that I’m never really sure how to describe and I think this tea is a decent sample of it.
I’m closing out the day with a mug of this white peony sweetened with a hint of agave nectar. Goodnight, folks.