P & T Pu Er Bai Ya White Tea No.103 40g

Description

P & T pu er, or pu-erh, bai ya white tea is hand-harvested from wild tea trees in China’s Yunnan province. The pale green tea buds have a sweetly floral character, with notes of hay and cedar.

If you’re already familiar with Chinese tea, a white pu er may seem like a contradiction in terms. Pu er teas are normally black teas that are aged and fermented to give their unique character. This tea is picked from the same tea trees that produce black pu er tea, but the tea is harvested when the leaves are little more than buds. They are then sun-dried and lightly heat treated to prevent oxidation – the process that turns tea leaves brown and changes their flavour.

Brewing instructions

For the best pu er bai ya experience, infuse two teaspoons of tea in 250ml of water at 80°C. Steep in a small teapot for 2-3 minutes. Each serving of pu er bai ya tea can be infused up to four times, with each infusion revealing new layers of aroma.

Paper & Tea, or P & T, was founded in Berlin by Jens de Gruyter and Sven Kröncke. The company grew out of a mutual passion for fine teas and an interest in how tea has facilitated communication, creativity and the sharing of culture throughout history. P & T are constantly visiting the world’s best tea growers, tasting new harvests and discovering new varieties to add to their range. P & T only source whole-leaf, hand-processed teas from their ever-growing pool of trusted tea growers around the world.

Ingredients: pure white tea.

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