Bai Ye 白葉
Refreshing & tannic with prominent peachy note & yolky aftertaste
Feng Xi, Spring 2022: This batch is a bold one! Harvested from Lao Cong (old tea trees over 60 years old,) it has heartwarming woodsy notes and a fruity aroma.
Hu Cuo, Wu Dong, Spring 2022: Deeply woodsy with a very long and golden aftertaste. Playful notes of gingerbread and orange peel give this batch heart.
Da An, Spring 2022: Juicy and tender, with a woodsy sweetness like birch sap. From Lao Cong trees.
Feng Xi, Spring 2020: Refreshing and tannic with prominent peach notes and a yolky aftertaste
We have Bai Ye from three different terroirs on the famed Feng Huang Shan, Guang Dong Province, China (~500-1100m elevation). Feng Xi, Hu Cuo (Wu Dong), and Da An.
History and Significance
Category: Wu Long (Oolong) Tea
Sub-Category: Chao Zhou Wu Long (Dan Cong, Phoenix Wu Long)
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