Leaf Type: White
Where to Buy: Vampyre Tea Company
White Tea is one of China’s Special Treasures, hand-picked from the youngest and most tender leaf tips and buds grown in the mountains of the Fujian province. It is sun-dried in a laborious and ancient process that captures more of the tea’s incredible health-benefiting properties. Our Bai Mu Dan, or more commonly called White Peony, yields a fresh and delicate flavor that blooms like flowers in springtime, and when mixed with Lemon Grass, Lemon Myrtle, and bits of peel with an infusion of Ginseng and Ginger roots, it makes the most revitalizing blend! Bai Mu Dan White Tea, Lemon Peel-Grass-& Myrtle, Ginseng Root, & Ginger Root
Learn more about this tea here.
White tea and ginger . . .not flavors I think I have ever had together before. I was quite excited to try this combination!
My first impression of the dry leaf is that this blend has a real rich ginger fragrance. I don’t pick up any of the white tea familiar floral notes. I brewed this up with the typical white tea settings and set down to enjoy a cuppa.
Took a whiff of the steeped tea and yet again was greeted with a very heavy ginger fragrance. My first impression of how this tea tastes? If you love ginger, you’ll love this tea.
For me the ginger was quite heavy in this tea but quite a nice change of pace. I’m not sure I 100% love the combination of the floral aspects of the ginger. Intriguing and different for sure. The ginger notes and flavors are very dominating in each sip with the sweet floral like aspects of the tea hiding in the background. You could pick up hints here and there of the lemon peel and lemon grass. I almost wish those flavors would have been hyped up more with the ginger hyped down a note or two. That would have been some great tea! I’m going to try this as a cold brew later today to see if I can get those flavors to pop a bit more. Doesn’t a white ginger iced tea sound delicious?
This tea is good, just not what I was hoping for. But ginger is a newer flavor that I just started liking. This will be a tea I will be revising. With a name like Sunrise Sensation and having a horror aspect to it, I have to try this one again!
Tea is a passion that quickly turned into an obsession, very similar to my love for polka dots, the horror genre, and anything that is geeky and fun.I drink all kinds of tea and will try a tea twice to make sure I didn't bumble the first infusion.
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