White Tea

Widely regarded as one of the finest teas in the world, white tea is produced almost exclusively in the Fujian province of China. Made from the unopened buds of the tea plant, white tea derives its name from the silvery-white hairs that adorn each bu...

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Imperial families in China enjoyed Bai Hao Yin Zhen (White Hair Silver Needle) tea for centuries. Probably the most famous white tea in the world, Fuding Silver Needle is a white tea with a soft, smooth, and silky-sweet taste, thus making it perfect for a day off from the stresses of life. Learn more
1-2 gm per 50 ml
 
These lovely pearls are made from white peony leaves that are hand-shaped. Each pearl is of the larger variety, weighing on average 3.5 to 4 grams. Once steeped, the cup reveals classic white peony notes of melon and cucumber, a little mineral flintiness and just a hint of honey. Perfect for on-the-road brewing and multiple steepings. Learn more
1 gm per 100 ml
 
Pleasantly smooth, White Peony Premium is delicately crafted at the peak of the Tai Mu Mountain from the top bud and 2-3 leaves. Also the winner of the 2007 Gold Prize in Fujian Province's White Tea Contest, making it the #1 White Peony in the region. Learn more
1 gm per 50 ml
 
A delicious introduction to Chinese white teas. Composed of two-leaf and bud sets, White Peony is renowned for its refreshing character and sweet taste. Learn more
1 gm per 50 ml
 
The White Moon, also known as Yue Bai Guan, is an exceptional blend, as it has very soothing and aromatic properties, while offering an endless amount of health properties.  A delicious treat, White Moon tea is fresh and can be enjoyed hot or cold. Learn more
1 gm per 50 ml
 
 A fresh mellow sweet taste, without astringency, compensated with some grassy flavor just like the sunny air taste in countryside after rainy days. This tea is made from finest one tender bud with top two or three leaves according to the strict “three-white“picking criterion which requires both buds and leaves are coated with white fuzz. Learn more
1 gm per 50 ml
 
Jasmine Silver Needles is a type of jasmine-flavored white tea. Produced in Panxi, Fuding and Fujian, it’s picked from the pekoe (Da Bai Hao) tea tree. It is made through silver needle pekoe perfumed with jasmine. Renowned for its health benefits such as helping reduce the risk of heart attacks, some cancers and reducing the effects of aging, Jasmine Silver Needles is perfect for the one who focuses on their health. Learn more
1 gm per 50 ml
 
Shou mei, often translated longevity eyebrows, and sometimes spelled sow mee, is a type of Chinese white tea. Shou mei tends to be made out of larger, more mature leaves, and contains relatively fewer tips or leaf buds, although the portion of tips can vary considerably within this style. Although it is usually classified as a white tea, the brewed tea tends to be darker in color than most white teas, reflecting an increased level of oxidation. Shou mei is usually described as richer and bolder in comparison to other white teas. The flavor and aroma is sometimes described as more similar to that of oolong tea than other white teas. Learn more
1 gm per 50 ml