China Pai Mu Tan (Organic)

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165 °F / 73 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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WTC Winner – Best Pai Mu Tan under $20

Hand-processed according to ancient methods. The flavor lies between that of Green tea and of semi oxidized. The large leaves are only lightly oxidized and not rolled, and have whitish silvery buds; flavor is fragrant, floral, smooth and aromatic; color in the cup a bright golden yellow; high quality.

$7.10/50 g

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102 tasting notes

This is a good “everyday,” non-fussy white tea. It produces a medium yellow liquor with woodsy, nutty, yet slightly floral, notes. Very smooth and easy to drink. Something about it reminds me of hay or straw, although that’s not to say it tastes like straw. It doesn’t have the delicate sweetness of some higher grades of white tea, but sometimes, that’s not what you’re after. This one is easy to brew, forgiving of oversteeping, and tastes great iced as well, or mixed with other teas.

165 °F / 73 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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16 tasting notes

Nice aroma, not as sweet as other white teas. Very nice flavor, little bit of spice on the tail end of the flavor. Great tea!

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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127 tasting notes

More on the woody/twiggy side, but totally fabulous

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21 tasting notes

Awesome White tea, I love it very much. it is, like Gormaya said, like herbs and fullmouthed. It has really a nice, non-astringent, non-sweet, but very BRIGHT taste, but is miles away from tasting too watery — the taste is, like said, very fullmouthed.
This is my favourite tea for relaxing. Steep 2 minutes at ca. 70-80°C / 160-175 F.

Another thing. The look of the tea in a glass cup is incomparable. Such a bright golden color I have never seen.

170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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431 tasting notes

This I’s a pretty good white tea with a bite.

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