Teavivre’s Organic Bai Mu Dan [Episode 69]

In episode 69, Denny & James review continue the second half of their series on Teavivre‘s white teas. This time it is the more robust, sweet Bai Mu Dan.

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6 Responses to Teavivre’s Organic Bai Mu Dan [Episode 69]

  1. Peter says:

    Yes, Bai Mu Dan is a great tea — much preferable to Bai Hao Yin Zhen. I think the former has more flavour, and different levels of flavour as well.

    • James says:

      Hi Peter,

      Thanks for the comment! I think I prefer Bai Mu Dan in most aspects. Different teas that occupy different spaces, but for my tea drinking habits I think I’d take Bai Mu Dan 8 times out of 10.

      Cheers!
      -James

  2. ar says:

    Hey Guys,

    Nice episode again! 🙂 You mentioned aged white teas. So will you be testing moonlight white as well?

    -ar

    • James says:

      Hi ar,

      Thanks for the comment and kind words! Not exactly sure what you mean by Moonlight White. Is this another white tea?

      We may do some aged white teas in the future, but don’t have a date set yet.

      -James

      • ar says:

        Hi James,

        For Moonlight Whites, check out YS’ white tea section. Look for ‘Yue Guang Bai’. These are kind of white teas, but not completely because leaves are processed slightly different.

        -ar

        • James says:

          Thanks!

          Looking at this now, I do believe I tried this tea last year from YS. Enjoyable although I can’t say that it stood out all that much from their other whites/greens.

          Thanks for the note. Perhaps we will try to review some of these less common white teas in the future.

          Cheers!
          -James

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