This premium White Peony (Bai Mu Dan) white tea is the second highest quality tea in the white tea range. It is produced in the white tea's birthplace Fu-Ding of the Fu-Jian Province in South-east of China. It contains the tip silver bud plus a couple of green leaves below.
It has the premium white tea luscious sun dry fragrant aroma, sweet and refreshing aftertaste and all the fresh white teas' health benefits.
Bai Mu Dan, Bai Mu Tan, Bai Mudan, Pai Mudan
Fu-Ding / The Fujian Province
We take special precautions to purchase new season stock, air transport and store refrigerated to preserve original tea quality.
For white tea's preparation and storage, please visit: White tea preparation and storage guide.
This is a fine white tea for the money. As with all the teas I have tried from this website - good stuff, thanks! David
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