Chinese black tea, smoke-dried over pinewood.
The white fir is popular with both people and animals. Due to its pyramidal shape and silvery grey color it is popular as a Christmas tree.
Grouse like to eat the buds and needles and find the white fir a good roosting tree. The seeds are eaten by squirrels and birds, deer browse on seedlings, buds and needles, and porcupines gnaw on the bark.
White fir tree tea is smoke-dried over a fire from white fir wood, giving it a very specific and intense taste.