Bai Mu Dan 2008

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White Tea
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Use 5 oz / 150 ml of water
Set water temperature to 190 °F / 87 °C
Use 5 g of tea
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3 Tasting Notes View all

“The third white tea from the Nannuoshan collection. Good white tea will age well and mature in flavor. You do not need to finish it off in a hurry if stored well. This one is from 2008. In the dry...” Read full tasting note
“Method: ~2tsp/10oz Pre-boiling First steep: 1min 05sec Second steep: 1min 45sec Third steep: 2min 30sec Fourth steep: 3min 30sec The dry leaf is gorgeous. Dusky, olive toned leaves are interspersed...” Read full tasting note
“I’ve been interested in trying some aged white teas, so I was really excited about getting to sample this from one Nannuoshan. The dry leaves on this one are fluffy and light brown with many...” Read full tasting note


Bai Mu Dan 2008 is an aged Chinese white tea. Mature, intense and lingering; a full-bodied white tea, pleasantly sweet.

TASTE: Mature, sweet, rich, full.

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