An organically grown white tea from Simao in Yunnan Province in China. It was harvested by hand at an altitude of about 1500-1600 m above sea level, a bud and one to two leaves plucking style. The fragrance of the dry tea leaves is fresh and the infusion tastes smooth, sweet and soft with nutty tones and a subtle florality. The aroma and texture of this tea reminds one of an aged white tea.
Supreme Black Yunnan is just another name for Yunnan Golden Tips black tea but it comes as a cut version of it We can also call it British or Indian cut. Thanks to the cut style, it brews faster and stronger, it makes a perfect morning tea and it is perfectly suited for gastro applications (hotels, restaurants, etc.). The brew itself has a reddish brown color., aroma is strong sugary and floral with a slight roasted undertone. The taste is smooth and sweet and the aftertaste is refreshing and clean.
Tender leaves of this high quality white tea have been carefully hand processed to create neat silver needles. There are plenty of white hairs on the leaves, indicating a well processed tea. The pale liquor is very clear and bright, lightly darkening as the tea cools. It has a slight vegetal, floral and woody aroma. The clean taste has a herbaceous profile, you can recognize light cinnamon spice aroma when brewed. Thick and sweet. Very lubricating mouth-feel that stays in the mouth after drinking. The aftertaste is crisp, with lightly sweet, fruity and woody notes. This tea is extremely easy-going with a fresh, cleansing taste.