A high altitude tea grown at 2200m in the Ai Lao mountain range in Yunnan Province. Picked from trees that are over a century old, this a truly exceptional tea. The high altitude means that the leaves are kept moist from the mist and dew while being able to soak up the high altitude sunshine. The leaves have been lightly oxidised, making vibrant and complex flavour.
|Where is it from?:||
Yunnan Province, China
• These Bai Mu Dan white tea cakes are from Zheng He in Fujian Province. The packaging is marked as Fuding because in China, Fuding teas can command a higher price - slightly dodgy but we know for certain that these come from Zheng He.
• They are made from Da Bai cultivar
• The best way to prepare this tea is in Gong Fu style
• The infusion is earthy but with a really nice rose floral flavour.
• We only have a very small number of these so when they are gone we won't be getting any more of the 2009
• We are constantly changing our range of limited edition teas so make sure you check back with us regularly to see what new teas we have
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• Berry Hibiscus is a vibrant blend of hibiscus flowers and a selection of fruits and berries with a sharp, sweet and fruity taste
• We hand-blend our Berry Hibiscus in Edinburgh using 100% natural ingredients
• Naturally caffeine free, it is refreshing at any time of day.
• Our teas are packed by hand in Edinburgh using infinitely recyclable aluminium caddies with a plastic free inner or resealable stand-up pouches
• Berry Hibiscus is one of the first blends we ever made in house and has become a staple and best seller in our range.
|Ingredients:||Hibiscus flowers, apple pieces, rosehips, blueberries, currants, raspberry leaf, natural flavouring. Packed in a factory that also handles nuts.|
|2g (1 tsp)||100°C||450ml||3 mins|