Bai Mu Dan – Spring 2017

Bai Mu Dan – Spring 2017

This tea is so easy to recognize – the looks reveal everything.

DRY LEAVES: Downy buds and second leaves. Beautiful delicate scent of stony fruits and flowers, accompanied by discrete herbal notes.


INFUSED  LEAVES are deep emerald green, and their scent combines poached fruit, pungent herbal, light spiciness, and even a bit of cocoa.

LIQUOR is extremely limpid and translucent, with an aroma of freshly cut juicy peach, aromatic herbs, wild flowers.


Even when you drink this tea hot, it feels cool and refreshing.
It’s slightly astringent – I recommend steeping in gaiwan in really short bursts; there is a very light acidity to this tea…

This is a wonderful white tea, Bai Mu Dan.

TEA & WINE PAIRING
Without a doubt, Condrieu from Rhône region, for example, wines by Ferraton…

TEA & FOOD PAIRING
Wonderful fresh stone fruits  – recipe and photo from Cannelle & Vanille

TEA & MUSIC PAIRING

“Smallest Light” by Ingrid Michaelson @ingridmichaelson from “Space Between Us” movie, because it’s so delicate and special for me today

Have a day full of kindness
xoxo
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