2015 Spring BaiMuDan White Tea BaiCha FuDing FuJian

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Tea name:

BaiMuDan written as 白牡丹 also called PaiMuDan. In mandarin, BaiMuDan is the only pronunciation.

The name means “White Peony” because of the silver white bud embraced by the green leaf  looks like blossoming bud in green leaves especially after brewed.

Picking:

2015 year Spring.

Tea region:

FuDing county, FuJian province.

Review is in the most below.

BOKURYO 2015 Spring BaiMuDan White Tea BaiCha FuDing FuJian

BOKURYO 2015 Spring BaiMuDan White Tea BaiCha FuDing FuJian

BOKURYO 2015 Spring BaiMuDan White Tea BaiCha FuDing FuJian

BOKURYO 2015 Spring BaiMuDan White Tea BaiCha FuDing FuJian

BOKURYO 2015 Spring BaiMuDan White Tea BaiCha FuDing FuJian

BOKURYO 2015 Spring BaiMuDan White Tea BaiCha FuDing FuJian

 

BaiMuDan written as 白牡丹 also called PaiMuDan. In mandarin, BaiMuDan is the only pronunciation.

The name means “White Peony” because of the silver white bud embraced by the green leaf  looks like blossoming bud in green leaves especially after brewed.

After 3 years’ storage, the tea leaf turns to grayish green color but because of dry storage, it has not so significant evolving on color, though the difference on taste is another topic and I think even new comer to white tea can separate old tea from new tea.

Fragrance is like some flower, light but attractive enough. Particularly to tea lovers.
After brewed, there is some brewed vegetable mixed flavor comes out.

Compared to new tea BaiMuDan, this 3 year old tea has deeper color on liquid more like orange yellow. The taste is mellower and more like sleek silk on smoothness.

The sweetness is like on the middle way of turning from sugar cane to caramel. Viscous and mouth feeling is more abundant.
The greenish tea leaf turns to more like gray color along with infusions.

I heard that many customer from west prefer new white tea because of it’s fragrance and sweet taste, and I agree with that and that is also the reason why I also appreciate new tea. But I think there is no difference that new tea is more hurtful to our stomach ever to us or westerner. Old tea is mitigating on that side and it turns to mellower which is better to our health. Especially to tea vendor like me, trying new tea is my job but drinking old tea is more like tea life.

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