I'm going to show you a different way to steep this nice white tea-Organic Wild Tea Bush Bai Mu Dan-White Peony with a Gaiwan. And let's get the max potential out of it.
This white tea Bai Mu Dan (white peony) grown in high mountain area of Fu Ding, Fujian province of China. The tea leaves plucked from wild tea bushes---No pesticides and fertilizers are used on these tea bushes. Nature, green.
Different from artificial planting tea bushes, tea leaves of the wild tea bushes are larger, not very neat in shape, and some of the tea leaves even has small holes that bite by worms.
But the flavor of this tea is much stronger. It maintains the subtle taste like the other white teas. Meanwhile it provides a stronger fruity aroma. Fresh and delicate.