This white tea is grown at a height of 1,700 meters in the Yunnan mountains. It gets its name from the abundance of silvery, downy tea buds. It is the highest grade of Bai Mu Dan in China.
A harmonious tea with notes of wood, honey, and fruit.
- Yunnan, China
- Tea color:
- white tea
Appearance: large proportion of large buds, barely crumpled leaves
Color: silver cameos, a garden under the full moon, silver to black
Notes: apricot jam, cooked prunes, stewed fruits, very tasty
Notes: apricot (fresh apricot), woody (wicker)
Color: orange yellow
Notes: dry wood (wicker), very gourmet, honeyed and fruity, Japanese incense nuance (precious wood, heavy floral, spicy)
Suggestion of preparation
With the tasting set: 6' minutes in water heated to 175°F - 80°C.
Au With the Gong Fu Cha (teapot/Gaiwan): infusions during 30-40 secondes.
Grands Crus: savour the exceptional
Rare and ephemeral, teas identified as Grands Crus by Palais des Thés are the result of alchemy between a tea plant variety, its terroir and the talent of an artisan grower. Meticulously plucked, processed and sourced in the most respected tea gardens, our Grands Crus unveil unique flavours that reflect the refinement of their origins.