2023 Early Spring " An Ji Bai Cha "(AnJi BaiCha) A+++ Grade, Green Tea, ZheJiang Province.
2023 Early Spring " An Ji Bai Cha "(AnJi BaiCha) A+++ Grade, Green Tea, ZheJiang Province.
2023 Early Spring " An Ji Bai Cha "(AnJi BaiCha) A+++ Grade, Green Tea, ZheJiang Province.
2023 Early Spring " An Ji Bai Cha "(AnJi BaiCha) A+++ Grade, Green Tea, ZheJiang Province.
2023 Early Spring " An Ji Bai Cha "(AnJi BaiCha) A+++ Grade, Green Tea, ZheJiang Province.
2023 Early Spring " An Ji Bai Cha "(AnJi BaiCha) A+++ Grade, Green Tea, ZheJiang Province.

2023 Early Spring " An Ji Bai Cha "(AnJi BaiCha) A+++ Grade, Green Tea, ZheJiang Province.

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Tea Name: An Ji Bai Cha (Anji White Tea)

Note: The term “White Tea” here refers to a special variety of green tea, produced in the Anji region of Zhejiang Province, China, and not to the traditional white tea.

Harvest: Early Spring 2023.

Grade: Exceptional A+++ Grade.

Tasting Notes:

• The tea boasts tight, elongated threads, akin to needles, with a delicate and light structure.
• It exudes a refreshing aroma and flavor, offering a sweet and delightful taste profile.
• The tea imparts a lasting and pleasant aftertaste, highly recommended for those seeking to elevate their tea drinking experience.

Storage Recommendations: To maintain optimal freshness, store in a refrigerated environment.

Shelf Life: 18 months.

Distinctive Characteristics:

• An Ji Bai Cha derives its name from the white color of the young tea buds.
• The leaves are predominantly straight with a slight flatness, adorned with silver-white hairs and golden, sharp tips.
• This tea is noted for its intense and enduring fragrance.
• It is characterized by a noticeable Huigan (returning sweetness) and the ability to stimulate saliva production.
• The refreshing taste is superior to other green teas, attributed to its high amino acid content (18 types, with a concentration of 5-10.6%, about four times greater than in standard green teas).
• The tea’s distinctiveness is further enhanced by the tea tree’s temperature sensitivity, allowing for a production window of nearly one month.

Brewing Water Recommendations:

• Use mineral or filtered tap water.
• The ideal brewing temperature is approximately 90°C, but should not fall below 85°C. (Overly hot, boiling water is discouraged.)

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