White tea is the ‘youngest’ and most delicate of all teas. The leaves of this tea are picked from the bush in early spring before they fully open. There is a very small window of time for the plucking of these leaves and you can usually find the harvesters out in the early morning hours before the sun rises.
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Bai Mu Dan tea is usually grown in the Fujian Province of China. White tea in general is the least processed tea of all, preserving most of its innate properties. The Bai Mu dan is known for its high proportion of anti-oxidants polyphenols and for its cooling effects.
Shou Mei White Tea is produced from naturally withered upper leaf and tips, with a stronger flavour reminiscent of lighter Oolong teas. Shou Mei or ‘Eyebrow’ tea is named for the long, thin, crescent-shaped leaves used in production. This tea is a rare and hard to find. When done just right, this tea has a light aroma, and a strong, sweet taste. If steeped for too long, the tea has a bitter taste. Spoil yourself and try this special tea today.