With a refreshing citrussy profil, this uncommon tea has become a favorite for green tea lovers.
InformationOrigine: Zhe Jiang provinceHarvesting area: An JiPlantation altitude: ~850m above seaHarvesting: Spring 2016Tea varietal: Bai Ye Yi Yao
TastingThe shinny pale tea tea liquor has a white-green hue with great clarity. the nose offers a lovely citrus fragrance with a fresh vegetal hint. In mouth, the tea gives layers of aspergus, lemon, citrus and lily notes. The mouth feel is refreshing, with a lovely sweetness and a long aftertaste.
The shinny pale tea tea liquor has a white-green hue with great clarity. the nose offers a lovely citrus fragrance with a fresh vegetal hint. In mouth, the tea gives layers of aspergus, lemon, citrus and lily notes. The mouth feel is refreshing, with a lovely sweetness and a long aftertaste.
During the Song Dynasty (960-1279 AD), the "ancestor" of the An Ji Bai Cha was the only white tea recorded in the famous work: Da Guan Cha Lun (the grand sight of tea discuss).
SuggestionsYixing: Well raised Ben Sha Lu or Duan NiWater temperature: 85-90℃ (185℉)Storage: Drink now, store coolFood pairing: Salted scones
The 2010 An Ji Bai Cha is an exceptional green tea with all the characteristics one would expect from the high mountain variety; light, crisp, clear and refreshing in both taste and aroma. This tea is fresh and lively, reminding me of the peak of spring when everything comes back to life, is in the best state of health, and flourishes. A solid 5 stars, best when brewed in thin porcelain.
This is our first time to try an ji bai cha. This is the first time we try this superior tea. Its quality, color, aroma are excellent. We gavie it a 5 star rating tea
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