Bai Mu Dan
Bai Mu Dan
Bai Mu Dan
Bai Mu Dan
Bai Mu Dan
Bai Mu Dan
Bai Mu Dan
Bai Mu Dan
Bai Mu Dan
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Bai Mu Dan

WHITE TEA

3 reviews

Bai Mu Dan, or White Peony, is often considered the second highest grade of white tea (after Silver Needle) and was traditionally produced in the northern Fujian Province of China. It comes from the top two leaves and bud of the tea bush, which can be shade dried and/or lightly fired. This gives White Peony a pale cup color and delicate, nutty aroma. The complex flavor is toasty, slightly sweet and creamy, with a clean aftertaste.

Tasting Notes:

Hay, honeysuckle, tobacco


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05/05/2021
Kate H.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Flat Grass Tea

I love, love most teas from Smith, however, this was a definite disappointment. It taste like dried grass. It was awful for me.

05/07/2021
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We are sorry to hear our Bai Mu Dan was not to your taste. Please email us at customersuccess@smithtea.com. We are happy to help you find something you will love!

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02/02/2021
Yehoshua V.
United States United States
I recommend this product
I LOVE THIS TEA!

I drink it every day, a full pot, every morning. Just starts the day off right.

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09/29/2020
Penny O.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Delicious

I’m glad I bought a tin of it!

Ingredients

Full leaf White Peony tea from Fujian Province in China.

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A symbol for the "double happiness" where this tea comes from.

Preparation

For best flavor, bring spring or freshly drawn filtered water to 185 degrees. Steep 2 tsp (2 g) for three minutes. Feed your meter if needed.

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Bai Mu Dan

Chinese White Tea

Bai Mu Dan, or White Peony, is often considered the second highest grade of white tea (after Silver Needle) and was traditionally produced in the northern Fujian Province of China. It comes from the top two leaves and bud of the tea bush, which can be shade dried and/or lightly fired. This gives Bai Mu Dan a pale cup color and delicate, nutty aroma. The flavor is delicate and complex, with toasty, slightly sweet floral notes and a clean aftertaste.

Fujian Province

Fujian Province is one of the most famous tea growing regions located on the southeast coast of China. Black, white and oolong teas are all thought to have originated from this province. With Taiwan so close in proximity, there has been much sharing of knowledge between the two in terms of tea plants and production. Oolongs have two harvest seasons, in late spring and fall.