TYPES OF WHITE TEA
White tea, like green and black tea, comes from the Camellia sinensis plant, but because white tea goes through less processing, it retains higher amounts of antioxidants and develops unique flavors and aromas.
White tea leaves are known for their delicate flavor and for being naturally low in caffeine. Harvested early in the season, the buds have not yet fully opened and the young leaves are covered with white fuzz that helps protect the plant's new growth which gives white tea its name.
White tea is a gentle tea that unfolds in flavors that are subtle and sweet. Lose yourself in a field of jasmine flowers with our Silver Needle tea or spa-like blend of cucumber.