WHITE TEA

White tea is unfermented but picked before the leaves unfurl and have distinctive tiny white hairs, giving the name. Scarcer than green or black tea, it tastes less ‘grassy’ than green tea, is lighter and sweeter in flavour, and boasts considerable health benefits. White tea has the lowest amount of caffeine, followed by green tea and then black tea

  • Korakundah White - The world's highest grown organic white tea
    Grown at an astonishing 8,060ft on world's highest organic tea estate - the legendary Korakund...

    Korakundah White - The world's highest grown organic white tea

    £10.00

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  • White Chai
    With this white tea the delicate, slightly sweet immature leaf is picked its very first days, ...

    White Chai

    £4.50

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  • White Peony
    White Peony, also known as Pai Mu Tan, is a sweet, mild tea made from unopened tea buds, as w...

    White Peony

    £6.50

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