The name of this tea comes from the one of the most sacred mountains in the world. Adam's Peak is especially rare as only 30 kilos are made on a weekly basis. The reason for limited production is that only the best fresh shoots are selected and then withered and sun dried. The tips are silvery and have fresh fuzz similar to that on a peach. The subtle taste may only be appreciated with an experienced palate. The tea makes a delicate, very light infusion with notes of pine and honey.
Ingredients: Premium White tea from Nuwara Eliya in Sri Lanka
Preparation: Use 1 tsp/2g per cup, add hot water (85ºC/185ºF), and steep for 2-3 minutes. Enjoy!