Tea Review 406: Teavivre’s Organic Silver Needle

by Jason on February 10, 2012

in 85-89, Chinese, white

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Comment: heavier texture, but with less starchy dryness
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Origin: Tai Mu Shan, Fuding, Fujian Province, China. PinPinXiang Tea Co.
Harvest: June 2011
Score: 89
Price (as of post): 1.75 oz = $12.90
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Paula @ OrientalTea March 15, 2012 at 23:04

I’ve been meaning to get my feet wet with Silver Needle for some time now. White tea in general is so light, yet surprisingly flavorful in my experience..

Excellent video Jason! 🙂 I will be preparing my first batch of Silver Needle very soon.

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