“You have got to be kidding me. The box has more taste. (Yes — I tried. I was desperate.) However, my Mom really enjoys it, so that’s why it has as high a rating as it does. I’m not into white...” Read full tasting note
“Given the many negative reviews, I was afraid that reading them before drinking the tea was going to make me less likely to enjoy it. Well, while I don’t find the tea overly spectacular, I think...” Read full tasting note
“This tea has to be steeped “perfectly” for it to taste good and not bitter. First time I had this tea it was bitter but that’s because I used boiling/near boiling water. Here’s how to make the...” Read full tasting note
Harvested in early springtime in the mountains of eastern China, the leaves of this Bai Mu Dan white tea are gently air-dried to retain their subtle sweetness and delicate, just-picked flavor. White tea’s natural sweetness is enhanced with the flavor of juicy pears and a touch of vanilla.
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