Among all the categories of tea, white tea is the least processed and most natural type of tea. It is usually hand-harvested in early Spring, made with the bud and one or two young leaves, packed with nutrients, and covered with a protective layer of white fur. White tea can be tasted both bright and crisp at the same time as soft and deep. It brings to mind the sensation of walking through a forest as the sun is re-emerging after the rain. Because there is such minimal processing involved, the quality of white tea is directly related to the quality of the leaves themselves.More Info
How To Brew White Tea
We recommend experimenting with different temperatures to see the full spectrum of flavour each tea exhibits. At hotter temperatures (95℃), good quality white teas can deliver bright, full-bodied flavours and at lower temperatures (85℃) the flavour becomes more complex and nuanced.