Chinese: fú ding shòu méi (福鼎寿眉)
Translation: Fuding Shoumei
Type: White Tea
Cultivar: White Tea
Pluck: one bud and 2 leaves or 3 leaves
Origin:Fuding, Fujian, China
Harvest date: 10/20/2014
Storage Methods: Sealing、Moistureproof、Avoid light
Shelf life: More than 10 years
Description: (From Wikipedia)
Shoumei (simplified Chinese: 寿眉; traditional Chinese: 壽眉; pinyin: shòuméi; Cantonese Yale: sauh méi; Standard Chinese pronunciation [ʂôu.měi]) is a white tea that is produced from naturally withered upper leaf and tips, with a stronger flavor reminiscent of lighter oolong teas. It is mostly grown in the Fujian Province or Guangxi Province in China. Because it is plucked later than Bai Mudan, the tea may be darker in color, but it should still have a proportionate green color. Some lower grades of Shou Mei may be golden in color with a lot of black and red leaves, making a darker brew with more depth.
Technically this tea, being a fourth-grade tea, is a by-product of Baihao Yinzhen tea production and uses Da Bai or Large White leaves.