Pai Mu Tan (White Peony) is produced in the Fujian Province of Eastern China.
During the manufacture of Ying Zhen tea, freshly plucked tea buds are laid on to large blankets in the sun to wither and dry naturally.
The mixture of bud and large leaf is known as Pai Mu Tan.
The liquor of Pai Mu Tan is light and delicate with a slightly strong nutty character.
Delicate and flowery in taste, medium bodied, velvety and peach in taste.
This tea is an excellent accompaniment to shell fish and can be drunk either hot or cold.
The tiny buds are picked early spring in the early morning, they are then withered and dried naturally. Once dried, they resemble small blossoms.
A true tea as it under goes very little processing.