White Tea

White Tea

The name "white tea" derives from the silvery-white hairs on the still unopened buds of the tea plant. These buds and unfurled leaves from the newest growth on the tea plant are handpicked and then quickly and meticulously dried, so the leaves are not allowed to oxidize as long as leaves plucked for green or black tea production.

The name "white tea" derives from the silvery-white hairs on the still unopened buds of the tea plant. These buds and unfurled leaves from the newest growth on the tea plant are handpicked and then quickly and meticulously dried, so the leaves are not allowed to oxidize as long as leaves plucked for green or black tea production.

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