White Tea

 

White Tea

Currently there is no generally accepted definition of white tea and very little international agreement; some sources use the term to refer to tea which is merely dried with no additional processing,  while others include tea buds and very young leaves which have been steamed or fired before drying.  Most definitions agree, however, that white tea is not rolled or oxidized, resulting in a flavour which is characterized as "lighter" than green or traditional black teas.

 
 
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White Ginger Pear

Rarest Pai Mu Tan white tea is plucked in early spring from a special varietal tea bush called “chaicha”. Blended with the sweet taste of juicy orchard fresh pear and the tingle of spicy ginger for a delicate and delighting infusion.


Lychee Coconut

Rare white tea with the exotic tropical notes of sweet lychee and the intoxicating fragrance of fresh cut coconut.

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