Pu Er Bai Ya - N°103

€ 53,00


incl. VAT plus shipping € 212,00/kg
incl. VAT

€ 53

€ 212/kg
HayCedarWildflowers
A white tea from ancient tea trees in Yunnan, is perfect as cold brew
Select Variant: Refill Bag - 250g brews 125 cups

Quantity

Available, delivery 1-3 days within EU

The plump, pale green buds of ancient wild tea trees captivate at first glance, but it is their inner essence that truly enchants: A woody, resinous character is complemented by a flowery sweetness and subtle notes of hay and spice. Each sip revealing a flavor that is as inspiring as it is delightful.

Ingredients

White Tea


Chinese white tea

Preparation
Quantity Temperature Time
2 ½ tsp / 250 ml 80.0° C 1 infusion 3 min.
2 infusion 3 min.

Background Knowledge

At first glance, white pu-erh tea might seem like a contradiction to any Chinese tea aficionado. After all, the terms each refer to the opposite end of the spectrum of tea processing. Cultivated in the Chinese province of Yunnan, a good 1500 meters above sea level, it is a particular strain of twig buds from ancient wild tea trees traditionally used in pu-erh production that lend themselves so unexpectedly well to gentle white tea processing. The plump, fresh buds are harvested in early spring and carefully sun-dried. The result is a tea that offers a completely unique yet pleasantly subtle, delicately flavored aroma.

Tasting Notes

hay, cedar, wildflowers

Ingredients

Chinese white tea

Preparation

Quantity Temperature Time
2 ½ tsp / 250 ml 80° C 1 infusion 3 min.
2 infusion 4 min.

Background Knowledge

At first glance, white pu-erh tea might seem like a contradiction to any Chinese tea aficionado. After all, the terms each refer to the opposite end of the spectrum of tea processing. Cultivated in the Chinese province of Yunnan, a good 1500 meters above sea level, it is a particular strain of twig buds from ancient wild tea trees traditionally used in pu-erh production that lend themselves so unexpectedly well to gentle white tea processing. The plump, fresh buds are harvested in early spring and carefully sun-dried. The result is a tea that offers a completely unique yet pleasantly subtle, delicately flavored aroma.