White Tea is the least processed and slightly oxidized tea leaf. Like green, Oolong and Black Tea, White Tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant.
White Tea is a rare specialty of Fujian province, China. It is exclusively produced in China and among the rarest and most expensive. White Tea obtained its name because it often contains white down covered buds and silver like young tea leaves.
White tea is simply steamed and dried. And because of this simple process, White tea is believed to contain the highest level of polyphenols.
White tea has delicate taste. Tea connoisseurs particularly enjoy the subtle fresh, mellow flavor, natural sweetness, and flowery aroma.