We have one type of a rare white tea. It is called Wild White Tea Bud. It is made from the buds collected from wild tea trees. It gives very distinctive characteristic. The flavor of Wild White Tea Bud reminiscent of fresh cloves, with full body and long-lasting aftertaste.
Camellia Assamica Dehongensis
The wild white tea bud belongs to the Camellia Assamica Dehongensis which is the related species of Camellia sinensis. This is found at the altitude of 2000-2400m high mountain in South-West Yunnan, especially in the shrub zone. Although it is called “wild”, a number of wild white tea bud is from the garden. The authentic wild tea gives very long-lasting aftertaste with multi-layers of complex flavor.
Needless to say, this tea performs well with cold water brewing.
We can enjoy both its unique flavor and long-lasting aftertaste.
To prepare a proper cold water brewed tea, please use the water that is boiled once and cooled down in order to get a better flavor and taste. For 1 to 1.5 liters of water, please use 5g of tealeaf (approximately one tablespoon). You can pour the tealeaf into the water and keep it in a refrigerator for a few hours, and it can lasts for a few days in the refrigerator.