Dry Tea Leaf:
The leaves of this pure white tea (Bi Mudan) are raw and fuller in size. The standard of plucking is amazingly fine which consists of fine tea leaves of consistent size denoting the freshness and tenderness of the leaves plucked, which is also apparent from the infused leaves.
It consists of the two leaf and a bud type of plucking.
Colour is a mixture of light and dark green minimally processed which has the presence of silver bloom of the buds.
Fragrance: The dry leaf is fragrant and has notes of Himalayan flora, local orchids and has subtle hints of herbs.
Appearance: Brighter shades of sparkling light shades of lemon.
Fragrance: Fragrance of floral notes are distinct in the liquor. The floral notes are of the Himalayan flowers.
Flavour: The cup is buttery smooth, floral and has a nice lingering aftertaste. Floral notes are prominent. The tea tastes equally good when sipped as it cools.
No. of Infusions suggested:
Two good infusion.
Reasons to Buy:
This is a must buy for those who have a special liking for Darjeeling white tea which is known for its unique floral mellow taste. The standard of plucking and the finesse behind its manufacture makes this one of a kind from this garden under this category. Presence of divine floral taste, which is absent in most batches of white teas and the production from the first flush crop makes this a must buy.