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A rare white tea grown, hand-picked, and processed by the H'mong tribe of Vietnam in the Ta Xua Mountains. The trees are typically between 150-500 years old and are quite tall. This is a large bodied white tea with a pale amber color, a rich sweetness of just ripened fruit, and an extremely smooth taste, with no astringency whatsoever. The plentiful down covered buds give this tea its snow name and high antioxidant content. Use a three finger pinch when measuring. An excellent multi-brewer with each cup becoming more smooth and dark.


SKU: 137
PriceFrom $18.50
  • 1. Bring fresh, cold water to a rolling boil.

    2. Allow water to cool until 160-180 degrees.

    3. Swirl boiling water in the teapot or mug for 1 minute to warm it up, discard water.

    4. For each cup of tea place 1 level teaspoon of tea leaves in the tea infuser (a three finger pinch works better for these leaves - using thumb, pointer and middle finger, grab the volume of leaves equal to the size of a grape).

    5. Pour water over tea leaves, cover and brew for 2 minutes.

    6. Remove infuser and leaves, and serve.

    7. Can be rebrewed several times, adding 1 additional minute to the brew time.

  • There are no returns accepted on this product.

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