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Pre-Qing Ming White Peony, a rare treat

When you consider the perfect balance of taste, tea liquid color, and processing it's undeniable: White Peony is one of the simplest, most elegant teas around. White Peony comes from the "Large White" varietal from Fujian.

This tea is picked with the downy bud and first leaf attached. Occasionally, you'll see the bud with two leaves.

This tea is very delicate and is handled very gently during all stages of processing to preserve bud and leaf shape, and to avoid the bruising that would create undesired changes in taste.

White Peony has a high fragrance and top dry notes of muscat. This tea is sublime in the morning to wake up to, refreshing in the afternoon, or after any meal.

With sweet middle notes of tangerine and base notes of fresh hay, this tea has a clean taste and soothing qualities. White teas have the least oxidized leaves and buds and therefore offer the most anti-oxidants of all teas. This tea is from an unusually early picking and was picked before the Qing Ming festival. This is the first time I've seen Pre-Qing Ming White Peony on the US market.  Because of this, it's on the rare tea page, and is extremely reasonably priced. Check it out, along with Red Circle's other rare teas here:  http://redcircletea.com/redcircleteas/black_rare/redcircleteas_black_rare.html

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