White tea is said to be one of the most delicate tea varieties because it is the least processed. White tea is harvested before the tea plant’s leaves open fully, when the young buds are still covered by fine white hairs, hence the name “white” tea.
These buds and unfurled leaves from the newest growth on the tea plant are handpicked and then quickly and meticulously dried, so the leaves are not allowed to oxidize as long as leaves plucked for green or black tea production. This minimal processing and low oxidation results in some of the most delicate and freshest tea available.
Organic Pai Mu Tan: Ingredients: White tea
Description: Varied leaf size with some white buds. Steeps a smooth, delicate sweet cup.
Beach Sunset Bai Mu Dan: Ingredients: White tea, blue mallows, marigolds, and cornflowers.
Description: A delicate tea with a phenomenal bouquet of floral undertones.
White Raspberry & Champagne: Ingredients: Raspberry, champagne flavor, safflowers.
Description: A hint of raspberry over a bold champagne taste.
White Lavender Raspberry: Ingredients: Raspberry, Lavender and Lemon
Description: Another in-house blend with a fresh lemony, raspberry flavor that dances on the pallet.
White Bloom Earl Grey: Ingredients: Bai Mu Dan White Tea with blue mallows and bergamot.
Description: A lighter version of the bold black Earl Grey, infused with notes of Bergamot oil.
White Citrus Mint: Ingredients: White tea, spearmint, lemon myrtle, rose hips, and linden blossoms.
Description: A soft crisp white tea with hints of mint and lemon.
White Lemon Ginger: Ingredients: White tea, ginger, lemon peel, lemongrass, lemon myrtle.
Description: A Chinese white tea ginger based with a bold citrus punch.
Sweet Peaches: Ingredients: White tea, peach bits, calendula petals, and marigolds.
Description: Fruit overtones with infused with a hint of Sweet Peaches.
Silver Needles: IngredientsWhite tea baby buds.
Description: Amongst white teas, this is the most expensive variety and the most prized, as only top buds (leaf shoots) of the camellia sinensis plant are used to produce this delicate tea.
12-15 cups per ounce
Steep at 165ºF - 170ºF
Typically low to medium caffeine