Dry Leaves: Baicha refers the unusual color of these slender leaves. They are very pale, so they are called "white tea". They are not really white tea but rather a special cultivar whose chlorophyll matures much later than normal. So when the tea is made, the leaves become pale. Liquor: Very light green. Aroma: A compelling mixture of citrus and vegetal aromas. Caffeine Level: Caffeinated Body: This special cultivar creates elevated levels of amino acids. This makes for an enjoyable mouth filling tea. Flavors: This is generally considered a "wow" tea. The asparagus and citrus flavors are very assertive, when combined with some sweetness from the amino acids, this conjures up a very delicious brew. Brewing Time: 2 to 3 minutes Brewing Temperature: 175° F
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