Aroma: a mild lemon scent, followed by the subtle scent of dried Chinese mushrooms.
Taste: an uplifting freshness. Feels like an invigorating walk in the woods on a sunny spring day!
The story: the promising name comes from the elegant shape of the tea leaves. After all, these look very similar to the eyebrows of Shou Xing, the Taoist Goddess of eternal life. Silver Needle is considered the 'Champagne of tea' because of the necessary care and caution that must be taken during harvesting. Only the fine, soft buds of the plant are picked for this tea.
Composition: organic Silver Needle white tea.
How special? There is a reason why they call it Champagne or Tea in China. Well, it also reflects the price.
Reasons to drink:
Another antioxidant superpower house that is similar to green.
Show off your impeccable taste, serve this to the very special guests.