2010 Spring Yunnan Silver Needle White Tea-

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Silver needle white tea is a slightly fermented tea, which is named after its shape, whose color is silver because of its conspicuously tea hair and shape likes a big needle.

This is the top grade of white tea because all of the teas are composed of plump tea buds; This silver needle white teas are made from big white Pu Er tea trees, so the sweetness in tea liquid is longer than Fuding silver needle, with another totally different aroma.

White tea is famous for its anti-cancer health benefits, which has been widely recognized by many medical research institutes. In Chinese traditional medicine, white tea is commonly used as to cool your body heat, detoxicate interior body toxins and others.

A good choice to enjoy Yunnan white tea.

Tea tree: Big white Pu Er tea trees

Harvest time: 2010 spring

Picking standard: One bud

Shape: Tight, fat needle shape full of silver hair

Dried tea color: shiny silver color

Aroma: fresh & clean flower fragrance

Tea soup color: lightly shiny yellow

Taste: fresh, sweet, mellow, and light honey taste.

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I purchased this exact tea through JAS eTea (and didn’t have to deal with shipping from China).

The aroma on the dry and wet leaves of this tea are incredible. They have the dankest, most aromatic puckery white grape smell. It’s just incredibly pungent, fruity, and floral, backed with some straw and immediately sweet. It’s not the most even pile of buds, there are a few unfolded leaves, stems, and bits of other things.

I hold in my mind a real notion of wildness with this white tea. Something a little rough around the edges, of forest-origin, and maybe a bit unpredictable. The flavors rise from the forest floor in a certainly musky and rich combination of young pu’er like funk and the delightful strawberry flesh that I find many white teas have. It’s got a delightful fermented character to it that lends a bit of fino sherry or white wine flavor, deepening the overall complexity.

I really enjoy the super-high-grade silver needles that are refined, elegant, and perfumed, but I enjoy this too a funky, fermented, puer-like, wild strain silver needle.

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