Most Silver Needles white tea originates from a hybrid varietal and is air-dried (not sun-dried). These Silver Needles are picked from the same Pure Assamica bushes that produce pu-erh. Our Sun-Dried Silver Needles are an Autumn harvest picked in early October.
Yunnan Style Dong Ting Bi Luo Chun ultra-tippy green tea with premium jasmine flowers. Spring harvest 2016 Pure Bud Bi Luo Chun steamed with Jasmine Flowers and then sealed together after drying. Incredibly balanced tea with just the perfect amount of jasmine flower taste and sweet umami green tea taste.
Moonlight White tea (Yue Guang Bai) from Jinggu Yang Ta village mixed with Camellia flowers from old tea trees growing in Lao Zhai Village! The granary sweetness and thick soupy character of the white tea blends perfectly with the honey sweet spicy of the camellia flowers!
High quality hand-picked and processed silver needles (pure bud) white tea from Da Si village in Feng Qing county of Lincang. Slight cinnamon spice aroma when brewed. Thick and sweet. Very lubricating mouth-feel that stays in the mouth after drinking.
Fuding is the home to three famous teas. Bai Hao Yin Zhen (Silver Needles), Bai Lin Hong Cha (aka Golden Monkey), and Bai Mu Dan (aka White Peony). Fuding area teas enjoy fair weather and rich loamy soil giving them a special sweet and fruity quality.
Made from the first flush of Spring 2016 White Pekoe (Camellia Taliensis) growing in Yang Ta village in Jing Gu county. Just the bud is picked but then instead of processing like white tea it's sun-dried (like Pu-erh).
This is a unique tea to be sure. It's made from Wild Tree Purple varietal tea (ye sheng cha) growing in Jinggu county. The tea grows wild and is only harvested in March. The tea was processed using the same technique used for Yue Guang Bai...
A unique varietal of white tea grown in the high altitude mountains of Ai Lao range in the eastern part of Jing Dong County (Simao Prefecture). The tea processing is something in-between white and green tea. It has a strong thick aroma and hints of sugarcane and wheatgrass.
An exquisite pure bud tea made entirely from newly sprouted buds. This tea is picked twice yearly in spring and autumn for just a three day period during which the buds are consistent in length and appearance. The taste is malty with hints of fruit and cane sugar.
The buds are picked in early February and then sun-dried. The flavor is fresh and a little fruity somewhat similiar to a good white tea but more complex flavors. The brewed liquor is whitish and clear, and there is a hint of fresh pine needles in the aroma!