Pai Mu Dan also called Bai Mu Dan or Pai Mu Tan is the quintisential Chinese white tea. Light, with large downy covered leaves and buds. This tea from Kokomo Tea is light, subtle sweet and gently aromatic.
|Blend Name||Pai Mu Dan|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Price per Package||$13 USD|
|Quantity||~ 2 oz|
|*Flavor, Aroma, Boldness|
When we think of white teas we’re mostly thinking of Pai Mu Dan. This gentle tea is the very definition for most people’s views on what a white tea should be.
This particular Pai Mu Dan from Kokomo Tea has a light aroma reminiscent of hay, wheat or Autumn grass.
The liquor brews to an extremely light yellow-green. The difference from simple water is nearly imperceptible unless you’re paying attention.
The flavor is equally light, containing only the softest hints of honeysuckle. There’s a buttery texture which coats the tongue but the light astringency oddly seems to dry the top of the palate.
This Pai Mu Dan isn’t particularly strong, but it’s a wonderfully light brew any fan of white teas will like.
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