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World Market® Bai Mu Dan Loose Leaf White Tea

SKU#  424594
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Why We Love It

World Market® Bai Mu Dan Loose Leaf White Tea is a classic white peony tea prized for its smooth, sweet flavor. Low in caffeine, this traditional tea also pairs well with spicy foods.

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  • Crafted of full, certified Fair Trade and organic white tea leaves
  • Available in additional flavors, sold separately
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  • World Market exclusive
1.4 oz

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World Market® Bai Mu Dan Loose Leaf White Tea 5 5 3 3
Great Tea brews up fast and has a wonderful light but bold taste. I brew a pot in the mornings and drink it all day... the last cup as good as the first cup December 26, 2010
My Tea Palate has Arrived in Paradise! WOW! What a beautifully confusing mix of opposites this brew possesses. Inhale and contemplate the aroma before you sip this sweet, full, smooth, buttery and silky brew! Not a bit of grassy earthiness. Sweet, light and clean, yet deep and buttery. It is actually full-bodied (for a smooth white). I know my description seems to be oxymoronic ... but Bai Mu Dan (White Peony) Loose Leaf Tea is the most fragrant and deeply flavored white I have ever tasted. The color is a transparent, deep yellow; lovely. 1. Pre-warm 38 ounce tetsubin 2. Add ¼ cup tea leaves to infuser 3. Bring cold water to a near boil 4. High pour 190-degree water over leaves allowing water to cool and aerate before contacting leaves 5. Stir leaves about 6. Place lidded tetsubin on warmer; cover top to retain heat 7. Steep 5 minutes 8. Remove infuser (save leaves for second brewing of 7-9 minute steep) Best slowly inhaled and sipped without adding anything. Only add light honey if absolutely necessary. You'll find yourself feeling satiated if this tea is enjoyed before a meal. Dedicate one tetsubin to this superb tea! You don't want to mix flavors and confuse the brew. Enjoy your yummy antioxidants, y'all! September 29, 2010
Excellent hot or cold! Comparable to white tea purchased in Beijing. Requires only a pinch of tea to brew a pot. We like it hot or cold. August 18, 2010
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