Buddha Teas White Tea 18bg
White tea is harvested from the Camellia sinensis plant, but unlike its green and black tea cousins, white tea is taken from carefully chosen plants that have been matured for several years before their first harvest.
The silver buds and young leaves are harvested in early spring and are then slow-dried to prepare them.
White tea leaves are the least processed of all teas; they are naturally dried, lightly rolled if at all, and are less oxidized than a black tea or oolong tea.
The result of this careful selecting is an ivory-colored tea with a pleasing aroma and delicate, lightly sweet flavor that stimulates the senses.