Bai Mu Dan Wang

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White Tea
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From Camellia Sinensis

A white tea composed of downy buds with their first leaf. Its floral character is reminiscent of lily and is surprisingly supported by notes of cinnamon. Moist, the Bai Mu Dan Imperial has a beautiful persistence. A good everyday companion for delicate tea lovers.

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Brought in to work by a coworker; I was excited to try it because it smelled incredibly fresh and sweet, with a little of that greener note I often like in fresh white teas!

I have to say I disagree with CS’s tasting notes – I really can’t find the “cinnamon” in this at all. For me, it was very smooth but nice and light bodied/delicate with very soft notes of fresh hay, and then a mix of Spring Flowers/florals and a greener (but not bitter) cucumber skin note with a TINY bit of lemony citrus.

I enjoyed it a lot though – not enough to pick some up, because Bai Mu Dan is bulky and takes up way more space than I’m willing to dedicate to it – but if she leaves the bag at the office and doesn’t mind, I might dip into it again…

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