Review of: Anji White Tea - Anji Bai Cha

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Fresh and creamy soft with notes of citrus and nuts. From Anji, the town of dense bamboo forests and tea cultivation, comes Anji Bai Cha, one of the rarest of all Chinese teas. With long, delicate, vivid green leaves, Anji white tea is beautiful in every sense of the word. A white tea connoisseur’s dream.

  • Tea Year              2014
  • Tea Season        Spring
  • Tea Caffeine Content   low
  • Tea Region         Various Villages
  • Tea Province     Zhejiang
  • Time of the Day               morning, afternoon

 

Where is Anji Bai Cha produced in China?

As the name already reveils, this white tea is produced in Anji. This county is part of the Huzhou prefecture in Zhejiang province with a population of about 450,000. By taking advantage of their favorable environment and climate, the Anji community is able to develop pollution-free green products, such as bamboo shoots, white tea, alpine vegetables, and flowers. The Chinese government also designated Anji as a pilot county for ecological and green building construction.

 

How to steep Anji Bai Cha?

Anji white tea MUST be steeped at low temperatures due to its delicacy. Steep this tea around 80 °C - 175 °F for an optimal infusion. Steeping time should be around 3 minutes but can be adjusted according to taste.

  • Steeping Time 2 - 4 min
  • Steeping Temperature                80 °C - 175 °F
  • Grams per Cup                2 Gram

 

What are the health benefits of white tea from Anji?

Recent research suggest that there are many health benefits related to white tea consumption. In addition, white tea from Anji is 100% produced in a natural environment from any pollution. However, as tea lovers we want to say this: don't buy this tea if you only care about the health benefits. This tea is a real tea connoisseur level tea, buy it to experience the amazing taste. Otherwise it's a waste, really.

 

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  • Velmi drobný světle-zelený až bílo šedavý, ochmýřený list, pravidelný, pokroucený, delší, mečovitý
  •  Vůně velmi sladká silná, trávovitá až medová.
  • Sklizeň: Ruční, jaro, 2014.
  • Zpracování: Ruční, zcela tradiční, mimořádně pečlivé.
  •  Barva nálevu je průzračná, zeleno-žlutá, jemně sladce vonicí.
  • Chuť je svěží a krémová měkké tóny citrusů a ořechů. Dozvuk je silnější, později slábnoucí a přecházející v sladké tóny
  • Dávám 10/10 bodů

 

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