Devotees to the sweet and nutty Anji Bai Cha have something to get excited about. This green tea from Guizhou province has been made with the albino Bai Ye Yi Hao cultivar used to make Anji Bai Cha and hence takes 'bai' (meaning 'white') as its first name. What differentiates the two: rather than being shaped into thin spindles, the bud and leafy triads composing this tea have been tightly coiled, unravelling slowly with every brew. Imbuing into its taut and pale liquid a gentle minerality and milkiness, with notes of sweet corn and mild Brazil nut. It is assuredly a quaffable tea with a sweet and light aftertaste that keeps one going back for more.