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True white tea is made from the Da Bai Hao (Big White Hair) bush which only grows in a small area in central Fujian province. This tea is dried naturally using sunlight or low temperatures to preserve the tea polyphenols and antioxidants. This results in a nutritious tea with a gentle aroma and bright, mellow taste that is both subtle and sweet. This is mildest flavored kind of tea and is very popular in China for reducing inflammation, supporting the respiratory system and overall dental health. To make white tea, the pickers pick the bud and the leaf together and then separate it into the three general grades creating the types of white tea, Silver Needle, Bai Mu Dan (White Peony).
Organic Silver Needle
Description: Our organic Silver Needle is the highest grade of white tea made. It is composed entirely of tea buds rich in nutrition and are picked in spring. It has a very fresh floral aroma and slightly sweet taste. While the flavor is mild, it has a depth that will leave you enjoying the many nuances of this fine tea. While green tea is the most popular tea in China, many of the world’s best-known tea experts consider high grade white tea to be even finer than green tea.
Price: $ 14.99 / 2oz. Bag
Bai Mu Dan (White Peony)
Description: Our organic Bai Mu Dan is a perfect balance of white tea buds and fresh leaves. The light yellow tea color yields a sweet, slightly fruity taste. Although this tea has a stronger flavor than Silver Needle, it develops with no bitterness.
Price: $ 12.39 / 2oz. Bag-
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