The liquor texture of this tea Shou Mei white tea was immediately apparent. Even the rinse water showed excellent body. This was exquisitely confirmed the moment the liquor touched my lips. Like a light but warm blanket, with the feeling of thickness but none of the heaviness. The paradoxically light but full flavour of this tea compliments the mouthfeel perfectly. A fresh soy nuttiness tingles on every tastebud of the mouth. In later infusions, a slightly herbal flavour enters into the mix. This shou mei, and all of our white tea, is produced by two monks. You can read more about them here.
$26.00 – $238.00
Dry Leaf: Delicate light floral
Liquor Colour: Clear yellow
Liquor Aroma: Light floral
Mouthfeel: Immediately thick, rich and satisfying!
Flavour: Delicate but full fresh soy nut
Gaiwan Lid: Floral with a fruity teaser
Taimu Mountian, Fuding, Fujian Province
April 24, 2019
3g/150ml at 95°C ~ 100°C for 1~2 min. About 5 Infusions.
Sealed well in a cool, dry, dark location.