Biologische witte thee
Bai Mu Dan (White Peony) BIO 2013
This tea is of limited producuction and our own import. The quality is top notch, plucked at the end of March, before the first rain, with no rain dew or frost on the ground on the day of picking, which came very early this year, resulting in a limited harvest. The tops should have no purple color, and the length should be just right.Buds, which have been damaged by the wind, the treatment, insects, they will be rejected and placed in a lower quality range. The tea comes from a beautiful tea garden in Fuding, Fujian China. The garden is located far from the pollution, a natural protection of a green environment. On the pictures you can see the tea garden at the time of drying of white tea! The best Bai Mu Dan or Pai Mu Tan is obtained by Wilting (the leaves in a natural way, sometimes mechanically, depending on the circumstances, to a green color (non-black or red).
Origin: Fujian, China
Harvest: end of March 2013
Tea Type: Mu Dan
Quality: From certified organic
, native to China (not EU). Skal Hotsoup.nl • EN 025 811-BIO-01.
Brewing Guide: 3 grams per cup and 10 g per pot (about 1 liter) water 80 º C, pull time 3 minutes.
Storage: Store in a cool and dark place, as the tea matures, it becomes sweeter.
Bjorn Olaf Tea Sommelier: Journal Smell is smelling pine nuts, green herbs, chestnut and violin dry. The smell of the infusion is vegetal, mineral and earthy. Followed by notes of wood, apricot, lotus root, honeydew, hay and bamboo. Slightly sweet, and very gentle nature. The infusion is yellow coloring to gold. Low tannins and interwoven bitters. Taste is very green, aubergine and offers more structure than the Bai Hao Yin Zhen 2013.
Tea-food: Ideal with light fish or vegetarian dishes.