Product weight: 50g in a tea caddy
Kenteco's Silver Tips White Teas are the most delicate of all teas. They are rare to find and are usually hand processed using the youngest shoots of the tea plant, with no oxidation. They are the least processed form of tea in which the leaves and buds are steamed and dried, producing the least amount of caffeine compared to other natural forms of tea.
White tea requires a very low temperature and a longer steeping time (5-10 minutes). White tea brews to a pale yellow/light colour, and has a slightly sweet flavour. When brewing white tea always use fresh cold water and bring it to the boil and allow this to cool before pouring it over the tea leaves. (Never use boiling water to prepare white or green tea, as the temperature will cook and destroy the tea leaf, creating a bitter taste.)
Why drink White Tea:
o White tea has the most number of antioxidants compared to black or green tea.
o Contains the least amount of caffeine compared to other teas
o It is far less likely to stain you teeth than black tea or coffee.
o Since white tea is the least processed of all teas it has the highest number of polyphenols
o The Rolls Royce of tea’s – the ultimate tea to give you the added benefits in a refreshing cup
o Helps maintain general wellbeing
o White tea is uplifting and refreshing