This is the best Shou mei I have tried so far. I can definitely taste the notes of honey and apricot. This is the tea I brew for friends who say they don’t like white tea, and they usually love it.
Once upon a time, there was a man named Shou Xing. He is the symbol of immortality and longevity. If you've seen his eyebrow, you'll see he has a really long one. The leaves of this naturally-oxidized white tea look like Shou Xing's long eyebrow. That's how this white tea gets its name from.
Origin: Fuding, China
Notes: Smooth, Honey, Apricot