Aged Baoshan
Bai Lu Mu Dan 2017
Pesticide Free

Super Premium 95 P.

Aged white tea from the misty Baoshan mountains in Yunnan. The buds and upper leaves are hand-harvested at their most aromatic during the autumn harvest, from fields at an elevation of 2000m above sea level. Sun-dried and roasted. Offers a balanced composition of mature buds and leaves, resulting in a particularly refined flavour. Full of delicate floral, sweet aromas, which combine as the tea matures to create a particularly nuanced complex of flavours.
  • Fine aged white tea, matured since 2017
  • Untouched natural terroir in the Baoshan Mountains in Yunnan, very foggy terroir
  • Derived from native tea plants that have been growing for many years: Yunnan Daye cultivar (big leaf variety)
  • Traditional drying with mixed open-air and indoor withering
  • High temperature differences in the mountains produce especially intense aromas


Character Intriguing, herbal, liquorice, cake batter, custard, peach
Tea Garden A premier tea garden with fields at an altitude of over 2000m, located in the Baoshan mountains in Yunnan Province.
Terroir Baoshan, Yunnan Province, China
Harvest Autumn harvest 2017, handpicked
Cultivar Yunnan Daye (big leaf variety)
Selection Young buds and the most upper leaves
Elevation 2000–2200m above sea level
Oxidation/Fermentation  The drying process starts with uniform, breathable layers of buds and leaves left out in the open air. Then, depending on weather conditions, the wilting process continues inside.
Organic Cert. Cultivated without the use of pesticides
Grade 95/100 P. (Pai Mu Tan category); Super Premium

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Tea Farm

The tea garden is located in the misty Baoshan Mountains at over 2000m, in the western part of Yunnan near the border with Myanmar. The farm was established in 1984 and grows its teas entirely without chemical pesticides. The slightly acidic soil, rich in minerals and organic material, the region's misty climate and the use of traditional "Yunnan Daye" tea trees produce extremely expressive and aromatic teas.



A melange of herbal forest notes with fine dessert aromas of custard semolina and baking cake batter enraptures the palate in this wonderful aged Yunnan Pai Mu Tan. The aroma is almost mystical, with liquorice notes that speak to the terroir deep in the tea mountains of Yunnan at an altitude of over 2000m. After the tea has cooled slightly, more fruity notes of pickled sugar peach emerge, making this tea a multidimensional pleasure.


Beautiful autumn harvest with green-brown colour spectrum


Light orange-yellow

Aged White Tea

White tea is generally obtained from specialised cultivars and is the least processed tea with the lowest degree of oxidation. Due to the minimalistic yet highly demanding production process of pre-drying and open-air withering, it contains very high levels of naturally occurring nutrients. Characteristics of high quality white teas include a high proportion of aromatic young leaf buds and a light infusion colour. In terms of taste, white tea has a special elegance and fine sweetness, with frequent nuances of vanilla and a pleasantly velvety mouthfeel.

Ageing brings the fresh aromas of the white tea to the fore, which gives matured white tea a particularly soft and rounded effect: sweet, fruity aromas come more to the fore, while vegetal notes are less noticeable in the infusion.

Cultivation & Processing

Location, Cultivation, Processing

The altitude of over 2000m provides not only an ideal climate for tea cultivation - the temperatures between day and night can sometimes fluctuate by 10-20°C - but also an environment that is rich in fog, which provides the tea leaves with natural sun protection and ensures a particularly sweet, aromatic infusion. This is also where the nickname "Bai Lu" of this tea comes from - literally "white dew". In the historical native region of the tea plant, many majestic old tea trees can be found, from which the highly sought-after Pu Erh teas are made. The use of the Yunnan Daye ("Yunnan Big Leaf") cultivar, which is predominant in this region, gives the tea a particularly aromatic, unique and at the same time very delicate character.

Single Origin

This tea is exclusively sourced from the tea farm in Baoshan, Yunnan.

Sourced directly from the tea farmer.


Brewing Guide

Add 3 heaped teaspoons to 100-300ml water at 90-95°C for 30-40 sec. Suitable for several infusions. The tea can also be boiled, as is traditional in China (煮茶 Zhu Cha). For this, use the same amount of tea and water and boil the tea for 1-2 minutes each (depending on preference).


High quality, airtight, resealable standing zipper pouch with 9 protective layers to preserve flavour and protect against oxidation and contamination.

Recommended Teapot

For particularly aromatic preparation, a Yixing teapot made of natural clay or a black Tokoname Kyusu with a fine ceramic strainer is recommended, alternatively a tall glass teapot (more neutral taste) with an integrated strainer in which the tea can float and steep freely.

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