The Li Family hand picks high-elevation spring-fed tea from their misty plot in the Wuyi Ecological Preserve. Their biodiverse plantings, and careful hand-finishing win them awards year after year.
fresh whole grain bread
pine, crisp minerality
floral - rose, gardenia
savory - fresh whole grain bread
spice - pine, crisp minerality
fruit - blackberry
Wuyishan Ecological Preserve Fujian
You might recognize “Bai Mudan” as a white tea. This intriguing harvest is Da Bai cultivar planted in Wuyishan and picked with the classic Bai Mudan mix of leaf and smaller buds, but finished as a roasted oolong. The result is fascinating - a tea with the buddy mouth-filling textural thrill of a traditional Fuding Bai Mudan, but with the minerality and deep roasted flavor of a classic Wuyi Oolong. The aromatics are full of orange zest and licorice root. The first infusions have a bright white tea quality with earthier burdock undertones and coriander spice. Later steepings are rich and aromatic like floral ginger, with hints of juicy blackberry.
'When you make tea, the craftsman has to sense that the tea is great'
5 g.6-8 oz.use
205° watersteep 12 secondsresteep many times add 8 sec. each infusion
7 g.6 ozuse 205° watersteep 5 seconds add 3 sec. per steepingenjoy many steepings