White tea is made from new growth buds and young leaves and derives its name from the tiny, silver white hairs on the dried tea. White tea is a specialty of the Chinese province of Fujian. It can only be picked for a short time each year, making it rare and more expensive than other teas but connoisseurs love the pale colour, delicate, sweet flavour and silky finish. White tea is the closest to the natural state of the tea leaf and contains high amounts of anti-ageing antioxidants.
A beautiful white tea star hand woven around a red amaranth flower which swells in water. A delicious tea with gentle notes of honeysuckle and packed full of antioxidants.£1.95
Blended white tea from Taimu Mountain in Fuding. Aged for over 4 years, this white tea is like drinking your way into dreamland. Intensely euphoric and energizing with a meditative foundation.£45.00
Full moon harvested white tea made by the mountain tribes of Yunnan. Very rare and secret production technique to produce a thick malty tea with sweet melon and honey.£5.95
The champagne of white teas. Scent of sweet sap and freshly cut grass with notes of honeydew melon and green acorn. A delicate tea with a subtly sweet, lingering finish.£8.50
Finest white tea buds infused seven times with freshly picked jasmine flowers. An incredibly perfumed, sweet bouquet with delicate notes of summer meadows and honeydew melon.£8.60
Fluffy blend of buds and leaves for a richer flavour. Gold, soft, thick and syrupy liquor. Green chestnuts, vanilla, honey and nut milk.£4.95