Bai Mu Dan 2003
1B03

Harvest: April 2003
Origin: China / Fujian / Fuding / Diantou
Height: 400 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Fu Ding Da Bai
50g / 60,00 CHF
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Description:
A very good aged Baimudan. The production of this white tea is very similar to the one of making raw Pu Er. They differ, however, by the plant varieties used and by the locations in which they are grown, hence also by climatic differences. These are factors which have a significant impact on the tea's taste.

This tea was stored and matured in China until 2013. It is already quite dark and mature.
Character:
A waxen soft taste, matured and deep.
Category:
Bai Mu Dan
Storage:
This tea undergoes a process of microbial fermentation while stored, during which it loses freshness and the typcal flavours of white teas, while gaining depth, sweetness and earthy notes.
Bai Mu Dan Sup
1CB1

Harvest: Spring 2018
Origin: China / Fujian / Fuding / Diantou
Height: m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal:
125g / 20,00 CHF
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Description:
A very nice Baimudan (formerly written Paimutan) from Fujian province, with some tips. Contrary to many other Baimudan, this tea is genuinely from the province Fujian.
Character:
Reminds faintly of dried fruit and is pleasantly creamy and smooth.
Category:
Bai Mu Dan
Storage:
This tea is adequately packed and stored at Länggass-Tee and can be kept at room temperature.

Quantity :
Shou Mei
1CB2

Harvest: Spring 2018
Origin: China / Fujian / Fuding
Height: m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal:
125g / 14,30 CHF
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Description:
A good and simple White Tea in a rather fair fashion, very large leaves and with hardly any buds, hence in the Chinese understanding a Shoumei. It's often sold as Baimudan (formerly written Paimutan) in Europe though. Contrary to most simple Bai Mu Dan, this tea is genuinely from Fuding, giving him more of the typical taste of this type of tea.
Character:
Smooth, light sweetness and a little sour. With the typical aroma of a raw tea leaf.
Category:
Bai Mu Dan
Storage:
This tea is adequately packed and stored at Länggass-Tee and can be kept at room temperature.

Quantity :
Dian Mu Dan
1CDM

Harvest: Spring 2019
Origin: China / Yunnan / Xishuangbanna / Menghai / Xiding / Babing
Height: 1800m m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qiao Mu Da Ye Zhong
50g / 17,50 CHF
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Description:
A very beautiful Baimudan from Yunnan, carefully produced and withered over a long period. Because of the steadily increasing prices of the genuine white teas from Fuding and other regions in the Fujian province, there is more and more white tea being produced in Yunnan. Unfortunately, the quality of these teas is often not convincing. Dian is the shortened name of the province Yunnan, Mudan refers to Bai Mu Dan White Peony. The leaves come from tress that are some decades old and that are usually used for Pu Er; our Sheng Tai Cha also comes from that region.
Character:
Category:
Bai Mu Dan
Storage:
This tea is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.
Hou Kui Bai Cha 2017
1CHK

Harvest: April/May 2017
Origin: China / Anhui / Huangshan / Xinming / Sanhe / Houkeng
Height: 400-700 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Shi Da Cha
25g / 19,00 CHF
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Description:
A white tea that is produced from a later harvest of the same trees that are being used for the genuine Tai Ping Hou Kui - hence a bit of an extravagant thing. Three leves are being harvested for this tea, the bud has already opened, thus the leaves are similar to what is used for a Bai Mu Dan or even a Shou Mei (later harvest, fully grown leaves). The leaves have been left to wither over a long period and have then be dried over charcoal. The result is a large leafed, wonderful white tea. It has been kept in China until 2019 and can be drunk immediately as well as being kept.
Character:
Category:
Bai Mu Dan
Storage:
This tea undergoes a process of microbial fermentation while stored, during which it loses freshness and the typcal flavours of white teas, while gaining depth, sweetness and earthy notes.
Quantity :
Mu Dan Wang
1CMD

Harvest: 02.05.2018
Origin: China / Fujian / Fuding / Taimushan
Height: 700-800 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Fu Ding Da Bai
50g / 22,50 CHF
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Description:
A genuine traditionally produced Baimudan of top quality (formerly written Paimutan). Mudanwang translates as King of the Baimudan and refers to tis quality.

It has been wilted in the sun for approximately 50 hours; longer than most white teas today. This gives the tea a darker and softer, less green and grassy quality. This tea is grown on Taimushan, on of the best sites for white tea in the region of Fuding.
Character:
A sweet and heavy white tea, that simultaneously refreshes the senses through its aromatic and light spicy tastes.
Category:
Bai Mu Dan
Storage:
This tea is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.
Shou Mei Bingcha 2012
1CSB

Harvest: April 2012
Origin: China / Fujian / Fuding
Height: 400 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Fu Ding Da Bai
ca. 300g / 65,00 CHF
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Description:
A good Shoumei, pressed into cake form just like Pu Er. The process of crafting this white tea is very similar to the one of making raw Pu Er. They differ, however, by the plant varieties used and by the locations in which they are grown, hence also by climatic differences. These are factors which have a significant impact on the tea's taste. This tea shows first notes of maturity.
Character:
The tea wears a perfume, a pleasant scent. It's taste is slightly acidic and of a light sweetness. It is subtle and at the samtime very enjoyable.
Category:
Bai Mu Dan
Storage:
This tea undergoes a process of microbial fermentation while stored, during which it loses freshness and the typcal flavours of white teas, while gaining depth, sweetness and earthy notes.
Quantity :
White Needle
1CWN

Harvest: 24.03.2019
Origin: China / Fujian / Fuding / Panxi / Jingu
Height: 390 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Fu Ding Da Bai
50g / 17,50 CHF
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Description:
A classic Bai Mu Dan with very big leaves (formerly written Paimutan), of the lighter type. This tea comes from a top site in Fuding, well renowend for white tea. This tea is available for a surprisingly good price. Wilted in the sun .
Character:
A wonderfully full-bodied, mellow tea, which flatters the palate at every sip with clear, yet delicate aromas.
Category:
Bai Mu Dan
Storage:
This tea is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.
Quantity :
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