Bai Ye


Bai Ye



Refreshing, tannic with prominent peachy note & a slight sweet aftertaste

Bai Ye or ‘White Leaf’ describes the light white hue on the fresh leaves. The picking grade is 3-5 leaves which has a small to medium opening. This Wu Long tea is known for its very forward fruity peach note. This batch is harvested from over 60 year old tea trees which are covered in moss due to the foggy moist air and cold climate. The origin of Bai Ye is Zhong Xin Yan, Wu Dong, Feng Huang Shan (Phoenix Mountains), Guangdong Province, China. Wu Dong is recognized by tea connoisseurs as the top location for growing and producing Dan Cong. This tea is also known as ‘Big White Leaf Dan Cong Oolong Tea.’

Health benefits: includes Catechins and Epicatechins which are antioxidants. These compounds belong to a group of plant chemicals called Flavonoids. This oolong tea is rich in polyphenols, a natural antioxidant. The amino acid L-Theanine is also present. Also includes caffeine.

This tea qualifies for the ‘Morning Brew Live,’ an interactive virtual tea session. Please visit ‘Tea Presentations’ for more information.

Brewing Instructions

Glass, porcelain or clay tea ware (gaiwan/teapot) is recommended. Heat the water to 100°C/212°F. First, warm the teacup and gaiwan/teapot. Rinse the tea quickly with hot water and pour out prior to the first steep.

Gaiwan: Use 7g for 100 ml. 1st to 5th steep 3 seconds. 6th to 9th steep 7 seconds.

Teapot (glass, porcelain or clay): Use approximately 3.5g for 150 ml. Steep 25 seconds. Add 10 seconds each additional steep.

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