Imperial White Peony (Pai Mu Tan)

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185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 15 sec 32 oz / 946 ml

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This is the most full-bodied of our delicate white teas, and is produced from high-grade trees picked in a ratio of one white tea bud for every two unfurled leaves. Harvested in Spring from the Fujian area of China, these young buds are low in caffeine, with three times as many anti-oxidant polyphenols as either green or black teas.

Offering one of the fullest and most complex flavor palates of any white tea, it has a full, woodsy aroma with light floral top notes that are unmistakable and totally unique. Our Imperial White Peony Pai Mu Tan is organic, and is a signature Chinese tea that has been popular for millennia, and considered to be synonymous with wealth and honour in its home country.

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This white peony is different from many others in that it has a very deep, earthy flavor. You will immediately notice the roasty notes balanced against delicate florals. It’s like a stroll through the woods on a spring day.

180 °F / 82 °C 1 min, 15 sec

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White Comparison 8/17/15 Tea #1

Tealyra, Tealux, TEA WHA???
These two companies be confusing me like Teabox and Golden Tips

Anyways: Ladies and Gentlemen, here is a fabulous pai mu tan!!!
While the color looks distant of being fresh, I assure you that the flavor with this on is there.
Hold on, why is this fabulous though… make it short for us please as we just worked all day.
Simply put: This tea gives you the integrity of that white tea taste but also includes a sweet finish; this is something I have not come across in a pai mu before and makes me quite happy. A white tea with a sweet finish that doesn’t have jasmine? This is a winner :)

Christie Lee

Hi there! I’ve worked for Tealyra for about 4 years now. We were named Tealux (same company) but officially changed the name to Tealyra in the fall of 2014!

I have written about it on the site –

Sorry for any confusion!

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Very mild.

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 32 OZ / 946 ML

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