Not Too Deep With White Tea
To deep or not to deep is not a question. Learn about white tea with these simple facts.
There's a well-known saying of white tea being “one-year tea, three-year medicine, and seven-year treasure.”
It means one-year-old aged white tea still remains a tea, the three-year-old aged white tea is not merely a common tea but has great value in medicine and the seven-year-old aged tea turns into a treasure. This is the result of the active enzyme promoting the flavonoid content which has medicinal value to grow year after year.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, white tea is considered cooling which aid in clearing internal heat.
Full of benefits, low in caffeine.
Plucked, withering, solar drying, voilà!
The minimum amount of processing of all teas indicates its delicate quality.
Whether it’s because of its mild fruity note or its subtle, lingering sweetness, everyone has a soft spot for it.
Oh, and it's so moderate and gentle that your kids can enjoy it too!
For white tea, we picked two common types with supreme quality that will charm you to fall in love with it--