White Peony Tea (Bai Mu Dan) first made its appearance in the 1870s, but it wasn't until the 1920s when it started to garner some well-deserved fanfare from tea drinkers. Made from one bud with the accompanying first two leaves, the minimal withering preserves the natural essence of the tea’s flavor and healthy antioxidant composition.
Traits: clean floral aroma, lightly sweet, delicate, round & smooth body, and a rich straw liquor.
32 Grams Loose Tea
An excellent breakfast tea, Pu’er was once traded for Tibetan horses during the Tang Dynasty lineage. As a valuable commodity along trade routes, Pu’er was found to... View full product details
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