All teas come from the same plant. The differences stem from how they are processed.
Freshly harvested leaves contain 75-83% moisture while processe...
Origin of TEA
In one popular Chinese legend around 2737 BC, Shennung, the legendary Emperor of China, inventor of Chinese medicine, was drinking a bowl of......
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Gets its name from its silver-colored dried buds with their white, thread-like growths. They are very rare, delicate, and only very lightly and gently processed. They are lightly steamed, sun-dried or pan-fried in large steel pans. The leaves are moved about in a circular motion by hand to insure evenness in drying and uniformity in color. They brew pale liquor, which is delicate in flavor.
They are prized for their rarity and subtle character. The curled-up buds have a silvery appearance and produce a pale and very delicate cup of tea. These are unique & hand-crafted teas. It is a rare form of green tea buds or blossoms harvested only during the three day blossoming season of the tea plant. White Tea will have a higher Flavonoid or Antioxidant property and since these are sun-dried they have a high vitamin content greater nutritive and therapeutic value than the conventional black tea.
It has a delicate aroma and brews to a pale golden cup with a mellow taste and a hint of sweetness. This tea is particularly fluffy and light.
White tea production in the Assam region is rare. A white Assam yields a refined infusion that is naturallysweet with a distinct multy character.