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Synonyms: Silver Needles, Bai Hao Yin Zhen
Aroma: fragrant, fresh, fantasy aroma of the southern flower.
Taste: pronounced, rich, refreshing.
Aftertaste: sweet with floral notes, extremely long.
Infusion color: almond yellow.
Action: relieves tension, improves mood, harmonizes the state of mind.
Compatibility with food: recommended as an aperitif, digestive after snacks or a separate drink between meals.
Warning! The characteristics of tea described above are a subjective opinion and feeling of our tea testers. For each person, our tea opens its wonderful world of sensations and tastes.
Silver Needles (Bai Hao Yin Zhen) is a white tea of the highest quality. Only unopened needle tea buds covered with silver hairs are collected for its production.
That's why tea is called Silver Needles. The finished teapots look like delicate needle buds covered with silver hairs.
Silver Needle tea is well suited for hot summers, as it has a cooling effect.
Of all the teas, Silver Needle tea has the highest preventive effect to prevent cancer. This tea is high in vitamins, amino acids and pectins. It helps to rejuvenate the body.
Tea lovers describe Silver Needle tea as follows: "White as a cloud, green as a dream, pure as snow, fragrant as an orchid."
Delivery to Kyiv and across Ukraine. You can also order white tea by mail.
How to brew tea Silver Needles
1. Use purified bottled water. When using tap water (even after filtration), the taste and aroma of white tea can be spoiled.
2. Rinse the teapot with boiling water.
3. To prepare a drink of medium strength, pour in freshly heated boiling water teapot dry tea based on a proportion of about 1-2 tbsp. spoons of dry tea without a slide per 0.5 liters of water.
4. Close the teapot with a lid, take it in your hands and shake it vigorously several times. Open the teapot and enjoy the aroma of warmed dry tea.
5. Now the tea is ready for brewing. For brewing, use water with a temperature of 60-70oC. To do this, mix boiling water with boiled water at room temperature at a rate of 2: 1 in a separate vessel. Pour the resulting water into a heated teapot.
6. Infusion time - 5-10 minutes. After a maximum of 10 minutes, pour the drink from the teapot into cups or pour it into a separate container. White Peony tea can be brewed 2-3 times.
7. In no case do not brew white tea with boiling water - the mild taste and rich aroma of tea will be lost forever.
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