Yue Guang Bai (月光白) translates into ‘moonlight white’ in English. It is a special Pu-erh tea that is harvested and processed mostly during the night under the moon light or early morning hours - the entire plucking and process avoids any direct sun light. The result is a tea that has:
All pu-erh teas have a woody/earthy aroma. The more they are aged, the more they develop a deep, mature aged fragrance and smooth texture, highly associated with the original source and quality of the tea leaves. It is very similar to premium wines in this regard.
For Pu-erh tea beginners however, a couple of recommendations will assist you to get started:
Due to it unique nature, Pu-erh teas' preparation is different from other categories of Chinese teas. For more information, please visit: Pu-erh tea preparation and storage guide.
I am very pleased with this raw loose leaf Pu-Erh. Although it is young it is already a fine flavour which shows it\'s superb quality. Once again thanks Valley Green for yet another fine selection from China.
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