2010 Fuding Weißer Tee Gongmei
2010 Fuding Weißer Tee Gongmei
2010 Fuding Weißer Tee Gongmei
2010 Fuding Weißer Tee Gongmei
2010 Fuding Weißer Tee Gongmei

2010 Fuding Gongmei White Tea

  • very sweet like fresh cane sugar and fruity like ripe fruit, cooked fruit or dried fruit
  • 600 m
155,00 €
516,67 €/kg
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Size: 300g Brick

300g Brick
8 g
Delivery time: 2-3 working days (D)

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Fuding Gongmei white tea from 2010

Aroma: woody, fruity like dried plums and dried figs, a little bit spicy like cinnamon, herbaceous like summer hay

taste: very sweet like fresh cane sugar and fruity like ripe fruits, cooked fruits or dried fruits

consistency: very soft and jelly-like when brewed with water at 90 ° C;

slightly drier after swallowing when brewed with boiling water (the sweetness is enhanced with boiling water).

Energy of tea: strong. I personally felt lightness and cosiness after 4 infusions, and Vito and Eunji also had a similar feeling, who tried the tea with me on a sunny afternoon in late summer. 

What is Gongmei White Tea?

Gongmei is a white tea with mostly large, ripe leaves and a small proportion of tea buds. According to a new national Chinese standard dated May 1st, 2018, Gongmei must be made from a native tea variety from Fujian called Xiao Cai Cha or Qun Ti Zhong, while other white teas from Fuding such as Silver Needle, Pai Mu Tan and Shou Mei can be made from the native variety or a modern variety called Da Bai Hao. 

Gongmei white tea before May 1st, 2018 was only a term for the quality class of white tea, which means that the tea has a slightly lower quality class than Pai Mu Tan and a higher quality class than Shoumei (the quality levels from high to low are Silver Needle , Pai Mu Tan, Gongmei, Shoumei) and it could be of the Da Bai Hao variety or Xiao Cai Cha, the native variety. 

This Gongmei 2010 is made from the native Xiao Cai Cha / Qun Ti Zhong variety produced. 

Making an aged white tea

Chinese traditional method (Kungfucha / Gongfucha):
  • 90-100 ° C water
  • 6-8 g for 200 ml
  • 30 seconds for the first infusion, 20 seconds for the later infusions
  • This Gongmei can be prepared Gongfucha style about 8 times.
    Traditional European method:
    • 90-100 ° C water
    • 6-8 g for approx. 800 ml
    • Let it steep for 2-3 minutes


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    How to brew

    in Gaiwan / Kännchen mit ca. 200 ml


    ca. 5 g


    95 °C


    15-25 Sek.


    Fujian / China
    Frühjahr Spring 2010
    600 m
    very sweet like fresh cane sugar and fruity like ripe fruit, cooked fruit or dried fruit
    Stored in Fujian China from spring 2010 to April 2021 and in Dresden Germany from April 2021

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 6 reviews
    Gaby B.
    Premium Superior

    Wunderschöner qualitativ sehr hochwertiger Tee. Glasklare goldene Farbe bei jedem Aufguss leicht dunkler werdend . Ein Duft wie ein Regenschauer an einem warmen Sommertag. Fruchtiger, waldiger schön lang anhaltender Nachgeschmack aber nicht aufdringlich. Bis jetzt der beste weiße Tee den ich probieren durfte. Super auch für coldbrew geeignet, eine 10 von 10
    Absolute Kaufempfehlung meinerseits
    Sehr gerne mehr von diesen köstlichen Raritäten

    Martin S.
    Gongmei weißer Tee 2010

    Probieren! , er schmeckt sehr blumig und leicht, sehr gut.

    Martin S.
    Wunderbarer Tee

    Der Tee schmeckt hervorragend und ist sehr bekömmlich, ich kann Ihn nur empfehlen.

    Sven O.
    Neue Erfahrung

    Gescheiter Tee!

    Weiches Holz

    Habe netterweise von Teewald eine Probe bekommen und war recht angetan von dem Geschmack. Hauptkomponenten sind vorderrangig eine intensive Süße gepaart mit holzigen Aromen, die von Dörrobstnuancen begleitet werden. Man schmeckt das Alter dieses Tees, er ist wunderbar weich, sehr angenehm zu trinken. Allerdings finde ich (persönlich) die holzige Note zu dominant und auch von der Intensität zu hoch.

    Robert P.

    2010 Fuding Gongmei Weißer Tee

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