Soave blend of white Pai Mu Tan tea, whose name means White Peony, red rosebuds and rose petals. The softness of this tea enhances its sweet aroma, with light notes of cinnamon. A tea to make us dream of distant countries.
Pai Mu Tan White Peony
White Peony is the poetic translation of the Chinese name. This tea comes from a "fine plucking", done around 15 days later the plucking of the first white tea grade, the Yin Zehn Silvery Pekoe. The manufacturing process is the same of the superior grade, while the taste of Pai Mu Tan is stronger. A tea for special occasions, for conosseures.
- China, Prov. Fujian
- Clear,pale yellow
- Light, flowery, notes of apricot
- With a velvety texture, this tea developes a honey- like longlisting taste
- Gr 3 gr.X 200 cc. Of natural mineral water at 75/80°.Infusion time: 5-6 min
- When and how
- All-day-drink.Perfect for special occasions
- Because the very light taste, it goes well only with delicate food, fresh creamy cheese, milk dessert
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