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White Peony /Pai Mu Dan White Tea
|600M above sea
Made from 'one bud and one leaves, it has a mix of soft, plump needle tips and small, young leaves which are sage green on one side and pale with fine silvery hairs on the other.
|Light red and clear with a strong and delicate fragrance
|Smooth and mellow, it is cucumber fresh with soft fruit notes and a lingering
|Tender green one leave with one bud
|30 Years under Dry, Dark and No Odor Conditions.
Pai Mu Dan White Peony Tea
White Peony or Bai Mu Dan(Pai Mu Dan), comes from the mountains of Fuding in the Fujian province of southern China, known all
over the world for its high-quality white tea, and is the grand cru of White Peony tea. Smooth and mellow, White Peony is delicately
crafted at the peak of the Tai Mu Mountain from the top bud and 2-3 leaves.
Also known as Pai Mu Tan or Bai Mu Dan, White Peony is a sweet, mild Chinese tea made from unopened tea buds, as
well as the two newest leaves to sprout. The freshly harvested leaf is allowed to wither dry in the sun. The natural oxidation
that takes place during this withering gives White Peony beautiful, plush flavors. The nose is warm, floral and rich like fruit
blossoms. The liquor is golden and bright. Clean, succulent floral-fruit flavor, melon sweetness, a touch of gentle savoriness
and rounded mouthfeel. If you are beginning your exploration of white tea, or even just tea in general, our White Peony tea
will serve a wonderful introduction.
Our White Peony tea is made from one bud and one leave from the new shoots of a large white tea tree in
the high mountains of Fujian. It is the best white tea besides white tea silver needle.
Beautiful appearance, one bud and one leave, the buds and leaves are fat and strong, and the white hair is
The tea infusion is apricot-yellow, sweet with floral and lotus fragrance
The boiled tea leaf is fresh tender green, with many vivid tea buds
Tea tree growth environment: From high mountains
Raw tea originated from the Taimu Mountain area, where is the core origin of Fuding white tea. This high mountain tea garden is
about 500-800 meters, with the annual average sunshine is 1840 hours, the average annual precipitation is 1661.6, and the
annual average temperature is 18.5℃.
Traditional handpicking, Precious Tea Leaves:
Fuding, Fujian has been producing tea since ancient times, so there are gardens of ancient tea trees. Fuding Dabai tea cultivar is transplanted
and bred from the original ancient tea trees and is an excellent tea species. Tea pickers pick fresh leaves by hand, and then manually select
them to eliminate those that do not meet the standards.Tens of thousands of fresh leaves are made only for one kilo finished teas
elected high-quality raw tea leaves, dried by using traditional sun withering craftsmanship, no rolling, twisting nor frying. After dried by
using Traditional Charcoal.
Selected high-quality raw tea leaves, dried by using traditional sun withering craftsmanship, no rolling, twisting nor frying. After dried
by using Traditional Charcoal.
If you prefer compressed white peony tea to take away, then do not
l Fresh white peony/Baimudan tea cube 5g
l Shou mei white tea cube 5g
l Aged white tea cube 5g
l Aged white tea cube 5g with cirtus/tangerine/mandarin slice
l Fresh white tea cube 5g with cirtus/tangerine/mandarin slice
l Jasmine white tea cake/biscuit 5g
l Osmanthus white tea cube 5g
l White silver needle tea cube 5g
l White silver needle tea cake 5g
Bai Mu Dan is the second finest White tea after Bai Hao Yin Zhen-Silver Needle. White Peony, incorporates one bud and two
tiny leaves, plucked in early spring, covered with tiny silver/white fuzz on one side and touting a deep sage green color on the
White Peony Tea is literally translated from the tea’s Chinese name, Bai Mu Dan. The tea’s form, one or two leaves with a
light color downy leaf-bud, was quite unique when it first appeared in the 1870’s. Peonies are flowers of the wealthy in China —
maybe that’s why the name is borrowed to label the tea. Like Silver Needle White tea, White Peony white tea was initially produced
in the northeastern part of Fujian Province, in the Zhenghe and Fuding counties for the export market of the Southeast Asia. Today,
other regions, including some outside of China, are trying to imitate the production while the place of origin still reign for the best
quality and tastes.
White Peony Tea, as a close cousin to Silver Needle White Tea, is a sweet, mild tea made from the young, unopened buds of the
tea plant as well as the center needle sprout. The freshly harvested leaf is allowed to wither dry in the sun. The natural oxidation
which takes place during this withering gives White Peony beautiful, plush flavors. The nose is warm,floral and rich like fruit blossoms.
The liquor is golden, bright, clean, succulent floral-fruit flavor and rounded mouthfeel. If you are beginning your exploration of white
tea, or even just tea in general, the White Peony tea will serve a wonderful introduction. In fact, research reveals that white tea has
10 times more antioxidants than vitamin E. It contains more polyphenols than green or black tea, which gives it more antioxidant power.
1. White tea is rich in many amino acids. It is cold in nature and has the function of relieving heat and detoxification.
White tea can be used as a fever reducing drug for children with measles, and its effect is better than antibiotics.
2. The longer the storage time white tea takes, the higher the medicinal value it has. White tea is also rich in vitamin A,
which can be quickly converted into vitamin A after being absorbed by the human body. Vitamin A can synthesize
rhodopsin, help the eyes see things more clearly in dark light, and prevent night blindness and dry eye disease.
3,White tea also has anti radiation substances, which has a significant protective effect on human hematopoietic function
and can reduce the harm of TV radiation. Therefore, in the process of watching TV, drinking more White tea is of great
benefit. Especially for children, it should be advocated to drink more White tea, which is beneficial to protect eyes and
Put 3-4g the White Peony Tea into a glass;
2. Pour into the glass 100ml 100°C water;
3. Brew for 15 seconds for the first brewing, longer time for the following brewing;
4. The White Peony Tea stands up to four brewing.