White Tea

White teas undergo the least elaborate processing, though the method is the most delicate. They are often composed only of buds.

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  1. Best-seller
    Bai Mu Dan
    Bai Mu Dan
    Chinese white tea
    packaging 100 g pouch
    €9.50
  2. White Tea N°25
    White Tea N°25
    Flavoured white tea, gourmet and spicy
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    €14.00
    White Tea N°25
    White Tea N°25
    Flavoured white tea, gourmet and spicy
    50 g metal tin
    €14.00
    White Tea N°25
    White Tea N°25
    Flavoured white tea, gourmet and spicy
    100 g pouch
    €18.00
  3. Thé des Songes White
    Thé des Songes White
    Flavoured white tea - Floral & fruity
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    €11.00
    Thé des Songes White
    Thé des Songes White
    Flavoured white tea - Floral & fruity
    100 g pouch
    €12.00
    Thé des Songes White
    Thé des Songes White
    Flavoured white tea - Floral & fruity
    50 g metal tin
    €11.00
  4. 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
    Vanilla - Pure Indulgence
    Vanilla - Pure Indulgence
    Flavoured white tea - Gourmet
    100 g metal tin
    €15.00
  5. Grand cru
    Silver Needles
    Silver Needles
    Chinese white tea
    packaging 100 g pouch
    €47.00
  6. Grand cru
    Imperial Fujian White Rolled
    Imperial Fujian White Rolled
    With tea from Fujian, China
    packaging 100 g pouch
    €32.00
  7. Grand cru
    Sri Lanka Gold
    Sri Lanka Gold
    White tea from Sri Lanka
    packaging 100 g pouch
    €48.00
  8. Grand cru
    La Mandala Silver Needles
    La Mandala Silver Needles
    Nepalese white tea - Second Flush
    packaging 100 g pouch
    €45.00

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).