White Tea

White teas are the rarest in the world, produced on a very limited scale, and predominantly in North East Fujian China. (Sri Lanka & India in more recent years) There is no picking on rainy days or when the frost is on the ground. When the time is right, the workers carefully hand-pick the young leaves & silver buds at day break so that the buds remain unopened.
 White tea is steamed and dried immediately after plucking to prevent oxidation, which produces a light, delicate taste with high antioxidant levels and low caffeine content.
To Brew:
 - 1 teaspoon per cup,
 - Add 70-80 degree celcius water
 - Steep for 1-2 minutes then pour.