White tea is a lightly oxidized tea grown and harvested primarily in China, mostly in the Fujian province. Rare, striking in appearance, and pleasant tasting, white tea gets its name from the fine silvery white hairs on the unopened buds of the tea plant. The brew has a light, delicate, slightly sweet flavour that sharpens the senses without overwhelming the tongue. It has less caffeine than black or green tea, and far less than coffee, making it an excellent choice for those wishing to reduce their caffeine intake.
Amount: 15g/ Litre
Water temp: 80C
Steep time: 2.5 minutes
White Tea, Lemongrass, Apple, Mint, Lemon Peels, Rosemary Leaves, Flavourants Velvety taste of rosemary, combined with underlying hints of lemon. Amount: 15g/ LitreWater temp: 80-90CSteep time: 1-2 minutes
White Tea, Green Tea, Cinnamon Sticks, Almond Bits, Lemongrass, Orange Wedges, Rose Blossoms Leaves, Flavourants This almond tasting tea leaves one with lingering tastes of marzipan and the freshness imbued...