The long, thin, silvery-white buds on the Silver Needle tea leaves make them look very interesting. These buds are carefully picked when they are at their best, usually in early spring, so that the tea has the best taste and smell. The fine silver fuzz on the buds not only makes them look nicer, but also shows that the tea is of very high quality.
When Silver Needle tea is brewed, it makes a pale gold liquid with a light but complicated scent. The smell is light and airy, like growing flowers and sweet honeysuckle. In the background, you can smell fresh melon or warm hay. The scent creates a magical sensory experience that invites tea lovers to enjoy its beauty.
The taste of Silver Needle tea is very delicate and full of subtleties. When you take a sip of this tea, you'll notice that it has a velvety, smooth texture that moves easily across the mouth. The taste is a little bit sweet, like nectar or light honey, and there are light hints of white flowers. The tea has a refreshing, lasting aftertaste that makes you feel calm and peaceful.
Can be infused up to three times with 3 grams of silver buds to 250 millilitres of water for 3-4-5 minutes.
Green Tea Organic.
Water Temperature: 212 °F or 100 °C
Steeping time: 3 minutes
Suggested serving size: 1 teaspoon/250ml or 8oz