The tea leaf of Bai Mu Dan is long, straight and usually covered in white. When you taste it, you will feel it is smooth, delicate and highly refreshing. Most Bai Mu Dan is produced in spring in Fujian province, China.
Except Bai Mu Dan, people may also call this kind of tea as ‘Pai Mu Tan’ or White Peony or ‘White Hairy Monkey Tea’.
As we mentioned before, we would like to use porcelain or glass tea set to brew green teas, white teas and flowering teas. So, I recommend using porcelain tea pot and tea cups while brewing Bai Mu Dan.