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yu qian anji bai cha

Based on 24 reviews
6 pouches @
1.5oz bag
$15/bag
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With its exquisite spear-like leaves, our Yu Qian Anji Bai Cha is a very young plucking. A gentle yet complex cup, it offers notes of spring flowers, sweet grass with traces of lychee. A beautiful tea for those who want the experience of a green tea without the sharp grassiness found in other styles.

This tea contains a low level of caffeine | Steep at 170° for 2-3 minutes.

Customer Reviews (24)

Fresh From Origin

Anji bai cha translates to "Anji White Tea" despite the fact that it is indeed a green tea. Bai Cha or white tea refers to the near-white color of its leaves. Due to its misnomer, it is occasionally referred to as a white tea, but the process used to make it distinguishes it as a green.

Anji County in Zhejiang Province is a picturesque mountainous region well known for its 60,000 hectares of bamboo groves. The bamboo grown here tends to have a sweetness, not unlike the Yu Qian Anji Bai Cha.

Anji Bai Cha shares many similarities with Gyokuro. They are both quite high in their amino acid content and L-theanine. However, their appearances differ greatly as Anji Bai Cha is lighter in color. While Gyokuro, which is shade-grown, is rich in chlorophyll, giving it a deep green appearance.

The origins of Yu Qian Anji Bai Cha can be traced back to the emperor in the Song Dynasty, Song Hui Zhong, who was said to have enjoyed this tea so much that he devoted an entire chapter about it in his book.

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