2018 Moonlight White Tea

2018 Moonlight White Tea

Origin: Thailand
Harvest: 2018 spring
Elevation: 1200 m
Availability: In Stock
Reward Points on purchase: 3 Details

Moonlight is made from a special kind of old Thai trees with a sweet caramel flavor. The age of the trees is 300-500 years.

This white tea has also another name, it is often pressed into cakes and called "white pu erh". This tea is excellent for pressing and long storing because it is made from old large trees and doesn’t undergo the temperature fixation.

The aroma of the tea is sweet, rich in floral-fruity undertones. The taste is rich, floral, caramel-fruit. The sweetness of the fragrance easily passes into the taste. The infusion is soft and velvety.

The tea is not whimsical to brewing and really easy drinking.

Video Reviews

Tea DB video review by James & Denny [Episode 296]

Reviews (5)

Very solid white.
In the last purchase, I somehow did not highlight it, but 8 months have passed since then - probably, the tea itself has become more mature since then :)
There is also the taste of white tea, and a note of dried fruit, and something from aging, such an intriguing one. And there is no astringency, irregularities / roughness.
I'll take it on occasion.

I found the tea-db video on point (as usual)
This is a classic "Old Arbor" Moonlight White, so sweet, fragrant, suitable for different types of brewing, and tasty!
I very curious about how it will age, as I only have experience with aged Gong Mei, and Thai puer trees seem to age splendidly !

Very tasty Yue Guang Bai. This type of tea is one of my favorite. Aroma and taste are very rich and deep. Don't afraid to make experiments with different types of water and you will find the best result for you.

Classical moonlight white :) Excellent combination of white tea and sheng puer. Worthy and long enough.

Very soft and very fragrant. No roughness and smoke. Non-overbrewable. Sweetness remains in the mouth and on the tip of the tongue. Acts gently and powerfully. I like it even more than the more expensive "needles."

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