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        Delicately scented with a remarkably sweet flavor, Organic White Peony demonstrates why white teas have become the latest hot beverage trend.    
1 oz Pouch
(Avg. 15 cups)
$2.95        
       
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        White Peony (Bai Mu Dan) is the most common style of traditional white tea and consists of two tea leaves and a silvery bud. Bai Mu Dan is prized for its smooth flavor and slightly toasted aroma. Gentle processing and a unique withering process result in an amber-orange infusion with low astringency, weighty mouthfeel, mild flavor, and a high concentration of antioxidants.   
Tea Specs
   
            Origin: Fujian, China
Ingredients: Organic white
tea
   
             
 
   
         
   
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  Organic White Peony Tea
   
         

Water: 185° F
Leaves: 2 tablespoons of tea per 8 ounces of water
Infusion Time: 3-5 minutes

Brew with fresh, cold tap water preferably filtered to remove the chlorine. Bottled spring water also works well.

White teas steep best when heat dissipates throughout the steeping process, referred to as allowing the tea "to breathe." To obtain the best results from white tea, use a small (13 oz or less) ceramic or glass pot with an infuser basket. Small pots prevent over-extraction since they contain a smaller amount of water that can cool more quickly.

White teas tend to steep best using water cooler than boiling. Boiling water will over-extract the tea producing a bitter, astringent cup. A quick way to cool water to 185 °is to bring it to a boil and then pour it into the empty teapot and cup(s). This method should cool the water appropriately. If not, remove the pan or kettle from the heat for a minute or two before adding the leaves and water to the pot.

To fully appreciate the delicate body and flavor of white teas, use lots of leaf. Measure out 2 tablespoons of tea per 8 oz of water. For a stronger cup, add more tea and reduce the steeping time slightly. Using the proper amount of leaves should allow for a second, and possibly third, steeping. 

Steep the tea for 3-5 minutes. Be certain to pour out all of the first infusion so that the leaves don't continue to steep. For a second steeping, infuse for 15-30 seconds.

     
               
               
               
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
                   
                   
                                 
 
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