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Tea type
Pu-erh White Blend
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Flavors
Hay, Honey, Malt, Sweet
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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec 3 g 5 oz / 150 ml

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  • “This is one wonderful pile of leaf! I will brew this tea until it provides nothing. To explain how this taste I will say this: The flavor is 80% silver needle, 15% keemun tea, and 5% sheng. I drank...” Read full tasting note
  • “Just got this tea in. It’s a white pu’erh. It doesn’t seem much like a pu’erh but it’s very good. Dry from the bags it has a wonderful aroma. It reminds me of my Chinese black teas (bi luo...” Read full tasting note
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This kind tea has a strange shape with one side in black and one side in white, as if the moonlight shines on its shoots, so it gains a beautiful name “Moonlight White”. This tea selects the spring tea leaves and shoots of Yunnan large leave old tea plants, put them in soil-based houses, and let them ferment naturally under the moonlight at night. During the fermentation process, they cannot be irradiated by sunlight.

Moonlight White not only contains rich vitamins and alkaloids, but also has abundant amount of tea polyphenol. Besides, its tea soup has more water extracts than others. The AHAS in Moonlight White helps to remove dead skin so that new cells can reach skin more quickly. That’s to say, it helps to firm the skin, decrease the furrow, and whiten the skin. Pu’er Tea Moonlight White is absolutely the best choice of ladies!

The soup color of Moonlight White appears yellow first, and then turns red, and at last gets yellow again, cool to the bone. Once it is infused, it suffuses an exquisite fragrance all around. Take a sip, and sweetness lingers long in throats. The Moonlight White has the faint fragrance of Oolong Tea, and the mellowness of Pu’er Tea. It is the superior grade of tea that is worth tasting and collecting.

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This is one wonderful pile of leaf!
I will brew this tea until it provides nothing.
To explain how this taste I will say this: The flavor is 80% silver needle, 15% keemun tea, and 5% sheng.
I drank many ounce of this tea to figure that explanation. I will probably be looking at purchasing a moonlight cake now that I have had such a beautiful experience with this one :)

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Just got this tea in. It’s a white pu’erh. It doesn’t seem much like a pu’erh but it’s very good.

Dry from the bags it has a wonderful aroma. It reminds me of my Chinese black teas (bi luo chun & some others). The leaves are all dark and light. Really pretty.

I brewed at 205F, 150 ml, 3 g. Two quick rinses and then started drinking. This doesn’t have that sheng taste that other raw pu’erh teas have. Right away it taste like a cross between a white and a black. With the first infusion, the tea was a yellow colour. I’m already on the 2nd and it’s gotten darker (they call it red). It’s malty , fruity, with sweet honey notes and some hay notes. This doesn’t have the heavy feeling I get from black teas. It’s very light but still really flavourful. Absolutely no bitterness in this tea. This tea is supposed to be from 2012.

I was picking up some flower teas from GoShopStreet and I put this one in the cart last minute. Glad I did. It’s a winner.

Flavors: Hay, Honey, Malt, Sweet

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec 3 g 5 OZ / 150 ML

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