Organic orange blossom white tea

Bai Mu Dan (White Peony), harvested in spring in Fujian Province, consists of the terminal buds covered with silvery fuzz and the two following leaves (fine pickings).

The preparation involves only two operations: wilting in the sun followed by drying. Once reserved for emperors and nobles, the first harvest of white tea dates back to the 18th century in the Qing dynasty. Its refined aroma of cut grass and white flowers blends beautifully with the silky flavor of orange blossom.