White Peony (Bai Mu Tan)
Slightly oxidized tea, the plucks are sun-withered for an extended period of time and then piled briefly for oxidation. The leaves are then baked to dry for packing. The brew is a very pale green or golden color. It has a hint of fruity with a delicate lingering fragrance and a fresh, mellow, sweet taste devoid of astringency, and grassy flavor.
CAFFEINE LEVEL: Very low
BREWING DIRECTIONS: About 1 tea spoon per 8 oz, steep for 2-3 minutes at 158-176F.
OTHER: Multiple brews.
GOOD TO KNOW: Keep in air-tight container, away from strong odor or sunlight.