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Chado Pai Mu Tan Rose Petals White Tea, China, 50 g

13.75USD
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Ingredients: White tea leaves, rose petals

Pai Mu Tan is obtained by blending white tea leaves with rose petals.

Pai Mu Tan Rose Petals is a highly aromatic tea made by blending white tea leaves of the genus Pai Mu Tan (also known as Bai Mu Dan), whose homeland is China, with rose petals.

Pai Mu Tan, which takes its name from the leaves of the white peony flower, is obtained by picking the top 2 fresh leaves and exposing them to steam without any fermentation process. Since the leaves are dried in the sun, their flavor is preserved. It is known for its rich aroma among other white teas. The whole production process is done by traditional methods.



Preparation suggestions: It is recommended to brew for 3-5 minutes by adding 1 teaspoon to 250 ml of water at 80 ° C-85 ° C. The same tea can be brewed twice.

Number of serving: Approximately 35 cups

Net Weight: 50 gr



Features:

Pai Mu Tan Rose Petals offers a rich experience to tea lovers with its refreshing properties, taste that does not require any sweetener, strongly felt fruity aroma and relaxing effect from rose petals.
How to brew white tea:

While brewing white tea, paying particular attention to some issues makes a big difference in taste.

The first of these is the temperature of the water to be used while brewing. White tea is brewed with slightly less hot water than other teas. Brewing white tea with 100 degrees boiling water will cause some delicate flavors to disappear. For this reason, it is recommended to brew with approximately 80 degrees water for 4 minutes on average.

Besides, the quality of the water used is very important. We recommend using drinking water instead of tap water that contains chlorine and similar substances. As the amount of dissolved oxygen in the boiled water decreases over and over, the taste you will get from the tea will decrease. Therefore, using fresh drinking water that has not been boiled before will increase the taste of white tea even more.

The average shipping duration is 6 business days to Middle East but 2-4 business days to Europe.

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Ingredients: White tea leaves, rose petals

Pai Mu Tan is obtained by blending white tea leaves with rose petals.

Pai Mu Tan Rose Petals is a highly aromatic tea made by blending white tea leaves of the genus Pai Mu Tan (also known as Bai Mu Dan), whose homeland is China, with rose petals.

Pai Mu Tan, which takes its name from the leaves of the white peony flower, is obtained by picking the top 2 fresh leaves and exposing them to steam without any fermentation process. Since the leaves are dried in the sun, their flavor is preserved. It is known for its rich aroma among other white teas. The whole production process is done by traditional methods.



Preparation suggestions: It is recommended to brew for 3-5 minutes by adding 1 teaspoon to 250 ml of water at 80 ° C-85 ° C. The same tea can be brewed twice.

Number of serving: Approximately 35 cups

Net Weight: 50 gr



Features:

Pai Mu Tan Rose Petals offers a rich experience to tea lovers with its refreshing properties, taste that does not require any sweetener, strongly felt fruity aroma and relaxing effect from rose petals.
How to brew white tea:

While brewing white tea, paying particular attention to some issues makes a big difference in taste.

The first of these is the temperature of the water to be used while brewing. White tea is brewed with slightly less hot water than other teas. Brewing white tea with 100 degrees boiling water will cause some delicate flavors to disappear. For this reason, it is recommended to brew with approximately 80 degrees water for 4 minutes on average.

Besides, the quality of the water used is very important. We recommend using drinking water instead of tap water that contains chlorine and similar substances. As the amount of dissolved oxygen in the boiled water decreases over and over, the taste you will get from the tea will decrease. Therefore, using fresh drinking water that has not been boiled before will increase the taste of white tea even more.

The average shipping duration is 6 business days to Middle East but 2-4 business days to Europe.

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