White

White tea is the least processed tea, as the leaves are allowed to wither for a long period of time without any physical interferance with the structure of the leaf before they are slowly dried in low temperature. Traditionally this would mean sun-drying. During this process light oxidation occurs, therefore, white tea can be classified as a lightly oxidised tea. 

In general terms white tea offers refreshing and mild flavours, often reminiscent of hay and honey. Abundance of ani-oxidants is another typical quality. We have selected some fine examples of this tea family ranging from teas for day-to-day consumption to some rare gems for special occasions.

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Aged White Tea 1980s

Aged White Tea 1980s

*** Sold Out! We're currently working on sourcing a substitute of a similar quality***30 years aged ..

£6.00 Ex Tax: £6.00

Aged White Tea 2012

Aged White Tea 2012

This 3 years old White Tea is rolled in small pearls. One pearl is enough for a cup or a teapot, and..

£3.50 Ex Tax: £3.50

Silver Needle Supreme

Silver Needle Supreme

Also known as Bai Hao Yin Zhen or the White Downy Silver Needle, this tea is produced from the soft..

£3.50 Ex Tax: £3.50

Bai Mu Dan (White Peony)

Bai Mu Dan (White Peony)

Bai Mu Dan makes an excellent every day white tea. Delicately savoury yet sweet and fresh, Bai Mu Da..

£2.00 Ex Tax: £2.00

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