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Called ‘Bai Cha’ in Chinese, traditionally made from the newly sprouted buds of the tea plant. These buds are covered by a silvery down which turns white in color when the tea leaves are dried. White tea provides a light, clear brew that is mildly sweet and vegetal in taste. White tea is uniquely processed. The leaves are layered and allowed to dry; not rolled or cooked.

Steeping Time, Temperature & Infusions
1.5–2 minutes 

steep in 170˚ natural spring water

up to 3 re-infusions

Food Pairing
White tea has a mild flavor and is best paired with foods like rice, greens, biscuits or cookies.

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