You don't have to be an expert to tell a Bai Jiguan bush apart from the rest in the spring. The new leaves are a much lighter green than any other tea. A quick look at the finished leaves confirms this fact, this tea is quite different than the other Wuyi oolongs.
Fresh slightly vegetal aroma like a green tea. This Bai Jiguan is low oxidation. It is less nutty than 2018 and has a gentle floral fragrance. The tea is quite smooth and hardly astringent. The tea brews to a light straw color.
The picture of the tea garden is not the garden this tea is from. It is just a photo I have on hand. You can see some Bai Jiguan in the lower left.8/31/2019: I still need to take the dry leaf photos.