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    White Tea

    White tea "Bai Cha" is mainly produced in Yunnan or Fujian province because suitable tea material.
    Only the new leafs and buds are plucked within 48 hours of sprouting,
    then leaves are naturally withered, lightly heat processed and sun-dried.
    The silvery buds give sweet taste and full-bodied tea liqueur .
    White tea is the least processed of all teas. 

    White tea "Bai Cha" is mainly produced in Yunnan or Fujian province because suitable tea material.
    Only the new leafs and buds are plucked within 48 hours of sprouting,
    then leaves are naturally withered, lightly heat processed and sun-dried.
    The silvery buds give sweet taste and full-bodied tea liqueur .
    White tea is the least processed of all teas. 

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    White Tea There are 20 products.

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    • Loose White Tea

      White tea in  different grades like Da Bai Hao ( single tips ) ,
      Yue Guang Bai ,
      or different trees like arbor tea tree or wild the trees.

    • Pressed White Tea

      White tea pressed in cakes ,
      mini bricks or balls called " Long Zhu " - Dragon Balls.

    • Ya Bao

      Ye Sheng Ya Bao is Camelia varietal from wild tea trees
      growing in Yunnan.
      Small buds sprouts from the tea tree branches
      and being plucked in spring time.

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      Yue Guang Bai hand pressed into the small "Dragon Balls" 6 - 8g. One year stored in Pu'er , so the hot and partially humid environment reflected in aged taste. Flowery notes were exchanged for sweet fruit with touch of honey,  as typical for stored tea in such environment. When ball is loosing up , the leafs are brewing much faster so liquor is getting...

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      The spring harvest from Yunnan tea shrubs, plucked in ratio : 1 tip 2/3 leafs , traditionally processed by Fujian style , drying in shaded place allowing longer oxidation / withering time , to diminish the green astringent notes and promote sweet taste.  Candy honey aroma , and so the taste ,  emerging from the brewed leaves within very first infusion and...

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      Autumn harvest from arbor tea trees planted by local farmers in forest of Kunzhu mountain. " huang pian " yellow leaves with some tips and bigger leaves , is the overall content of this tea , which gives you nice fruity and honey-ish taste from the first infusion in aroma and so the taste in your cup. Suitable also for grandpa style brewing as it can hold...

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      Spring harvest from small arbor tea trees growing on the Wuliang mountain processed as white tea. This year batch is different from previous 2020. Longer drying time ( less sun this year ) caused darker leaves ( not green as last time ). The tea is   more fruity ( almost like aged one ) with very sweet , slight citrusy ye sheng like  notes.

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      Spring 2nd harvest "lao ye" old tea leafs and "huang pian" yellow leafs from small arbor tea trees growing on Yang Ta mountain. This light pressed 6-7g brick wrapped in handmade Dai paper releases very sweet honey-ish tea with fruity and floral notes. This year we took directly new production so some green leaves still in present. So the taste is also...

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      Combination of Jing Gu Yue Guang Bai and Zi Juan Shai Shong (white tea made of purple varietal leaf) makes well balanced taste of flowery-fruity notes of YGB combined with herbal notes of Zi Juan. We recommend to start with lighter infusions in order to find your own sweet spot of this unique taste of white tea which you normally won't find on market as...

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      Spring harvest from the tea plantations located around Bai Mu Qing village in Jinggu. Fresh tea leaves of varietal " Jin Pu Hao " were processed by local farmers without any equipment, just simply dried on bamboo trays. Light withering obvious from green color of the leaves gives space for further aging which causes flowery-herbal notes transforming to...

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      Spring harvest tea leaves plucked in ratio 1 tip and 1 or 2 leaves from plantations on Bang Lang Shan ( local name for the mountain ) located on Ailao mountain in Jing Dong.  Light withering is visible from green color of the leaves. This processing gives space for further aging which causes flowery-herbal notes transforming to fruity sweet ones. Produced...

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      First spring harvest tea tips picked from plantations on Bang Lang Shan ( local name for the mountain ) located on Ailao mountain in Jing Dong.  Light withering is visible from green color of the leaves. This processing gives space for further aging which causes flowery-herbal notes transforming to fruity sweet ones. Produced by local family run small tea...

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      First harvest of Yue Guang Bai from plantations of Kuzhu mountain made of Yang Ta yellow tea leave variety ( see images below ). Experimental project of local tea farmer who purchased this varietal in Yangta and growing on his own fields. Light withering and slow drying with traditional pressing , all that for proper ageing. The current flowery "green"...

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      These ya bao are picked from purple tea bushes Zi Ya in Lincang. Compare to other wild ya bao those are not as green ( herbal ) taste like neither mild ( like white tea ) , but rather fruity and sweet. The typical taste of Zi Ya tea is also noticeably reflected in those small sprouts / buds and give the tea liqour rather aged taste , which makes suitable...

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      The flowers from wild tea trees growing on Big Snow mountain processed in village in Yong De area. Ya Bao is usually used as additional ingredient for black or pu-erh tea. It gives sweetness to the bitter tea and bring forest ( wild scent ) notes. The scent of fresh melting snow in early spring comes out from the glass or pitcher. Sweet taste with notes...

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