White Tea

White teas have the least elaborate processing, although the production method is the most delicate. They are often made up exclusively of buds, and are particularly subtle in the mouth.

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  1. Best-seller
    Bai Mu Dan
    Bai Mu Dan
    Chinese white tea
    packaging 100 g pouch
    €9.70
  2. New
    Smoking
    Smoking
    Flavoured black and white teas - smoky
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    €8.70
    Smoking
    Smoking
    Flavoured black and white teas - smoky
    100 g pouch
    €8.70
  3. Vanilla - Pure Indulgence
    Vanilla - Pure Indulgence
    Flavoured white tea - Gourmet
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    €12.00
    Vanilla - Pure Indulgence
    Vanilla - Pure Indulgence
    Flavoured white tea - Gourmet
    100 g pouch
    €12.00
  4. Grand cru
    Panitar PT-57 White
    Panitar PT-57 White
    Nepalese white tea - Second Flush
    packaging 100 g pouch
    €30.00
  5. Grand cru
    Silver Needles
    Silver Needles
    Chinese white tea
    packaging 100 g pouch
    €47.00
  6. Grand cru
    Bai Da Ye Pu Erh
    Bai Da Ye Pu Erh
    White tea from Yunnan, China
    packaging 100 g pouch
    €48.00
  7. Grand cru
    Pathivara White Forest
    Pathivara White Forest
    White tea from Nepal - Third Flush 2018
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    €26.00
    Pathivara White Forest
    Pathivara White Forest
    White tea from Nepal - Third Flush 2018
    100 g pouch
    €26.00
  8. Grand cru
    Yunnan Silver Needles
    Yunnan Silver Needles
    White tea from Yunnan, China
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    €38.00
    Yunnan Silver Needles
    Yunnan Silver Needles
    White tea from Yunnan, China
    100 g pouch
    €38.00
  9. Grand cru
    La Mandala Silver Needles
    La Mandala Silver Needles
    White tea from Nepal
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    €35.00
    La Mandala Silver Needles
    La Mandala Silver Needles
    White tea from Nepal
    100 g pouch
    €35.00

White tea

Traditionally, white tea is a speciality of the Chinese province of Fujian. White teas are made from leaves that have been left in their natural state.They undergo just two processes: withering and drying. There are two main types of white tea: Silver Needles (comprising only long silvery buds) and Bai Mu Dan teas (consisting of a stem, bud and two or three leaves).

White teas have the least elaborate processing, although the production method is the most delicate. They are often made up exclusively of buds, and are particularly subtle in the mouth.

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