BAI HAO YINZHEN (Silver needle)
This tea has a sweet fragrance and produces a pale yellow brew. It has high concentrations of polyphenols, which are antioxidants that help fight against cancer-causing radicals and heart disease.From Fujian Province, China.

BAI MU DAN (aka-Pai Mu Tan, White Peony)
White Peony is one of the most well-known teas of China and a slightly lower grade than Bai Hao Yinzhen tea, from the Fujian province in China.
It has a light yellow or orange yellow colour, delicate lingering fragrance, a fresh mellow sweet taste, and a very mild peony floral aroma.
The tea leaves, with white downy hair, look like white peony flowers, hence the name. The tea has two leaves, with a bud in the middle. They are tender, bulging like waves.
TEA HARVEST White Peony is a delicate tea made from tea buds collected and withered prior to opening. These silvery buds with, small leaves attached are carefully plucked and dried in the sun on bamboo screens. They are dried depending upon the humidity and temperature of the day. The farmer balances time in the sun and shade to achieve the final flavour and appearance.
Medical studies suggest that white tea may be a more effective cancer fighter than green tea. These findings have given white teas greater attention in recent years. White Peony is also filled with catechins, an antioxidant that has been found to lower cholesterol.
To steep this tea the water should be about 160-180F or 70-80C. Use about 3 tablespoons (3 gms) of tea leaves for about every 5 ounces (150 ml) of water. A steeping time of about 3-5 minutes is recommended depending on desired taste. You should be able to get 3 infusions from this tea.

GONG MEI (Tribute Eyebrow)
It's the third grade of white tea. The Gong Mei tea is a dark full brew with a very earthy taste. It is popular in many Chinese teahouses.

SHOU MEI (Noble, Long Life Eyebrow)
It has a stronger flavor than other white teas, similar to Oolong. It is the fourth grade of white tea, from the Fujian Province or Guangxi Province in China.

From the the Fuding and Zhenhe districts of Fujian province. Silver Needle tea is sweet and delicate with a clean, airy fragrance.

Snowbud tea is from the Fujian province of China.It is made exclusively of unprocessed leaves and buds, all gathered and dried in the early days of spring.
Snowbud is an an airy, light tea from the Fujian province. This tea is effervescent and graceful, with a delicate and clean aroma.
To make snowbud tea use one to two teaspoon of tea per cup. Heat the water to 90 Deg. C. Infuse the leaves for approximately 2 - 3 minutes. You can use the leaves for up to 3 infusions. Enjoy.

This is a beautiful white tea from the Zhejiang region. Song Yang is a rare tea that's light in color, with a tender aroma and a sweet, refreshing taste.

Star of China is delicate and subtle rare white tea. Each star of China is covered in soft velvety hairs and made from five individual leaf buds, then painstakingly hand tied to form this intriguing white tea. It's luxurious and expensive.

From Yunnan Province, China. This tea is rich in fragrance, and possesses a charming light fruitiness.


CEYLON WHITE (Silver Tips)
This tea from Sri Lanka has a very light liquoring with a touch of pine and honey, and a golden coppery infusion.

This tea is from the Darjeeling region of India, where it is picked and rolled by hand and then set out to dry in the sun. It must be grown at high altitudes with lots of moisture to achieve the right flavour. Thus this white tea is the most natural form of tea, it has not undergone any processing. Darjeeling White Tea is produced in limited quantities, making it quite expensive.
Darjeeling White is rich in antioxidants. Animal studies at the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University, found white tea might have stronger potential than green tea for fighting cancer, especially colon cancer.
Darjeeling White is smooth and refreshing, has a delicate aroma and brews to a pale gold with a mellow taste.It has a hint of sweetness and a boisterous touch of muscatel.
White tea has to be brewed a little longer than black tea - about 6-7 minutes for the first infusion. The delicate buds are best brewed with water ranging from 160-170 degrees F. Add a minute or two to each subsequent steep. A fine-quality silver needles tea will yield four to seven infusions with each having a unique flavor palate - making it well worth the extra cost.

Assam White is naturally sweet with a distinct malty flavour. This tea has a much lighter flavour than black tea and is rich in antioxidants. It is extremely refreshing. From Assam India.

Blossoming Teas, also known as Blooming Tea or Flowering Tea, are the latest craze in tea drinking. Blossoming Teas come as a handmade ball made from top quality long leaf white tea, hand tied with flowers before drying. When added to hot water they unfold and release a delicate, fragrant and aromatic flavour.
BLOSSOMING TEA These teas are referred to in China as GongYi Hua Cha, literally translated meaning Art Flower Tea.
Young tea buds, leaves and flowers are used to make these showy teas.

The teas used for Blossoming Tea are primarily green, white (usually Oolong) and jasmine tea. For the flowers, edible young and fresh flowers such as jasmine, chrysanthemum, lily, hibiscus, Amaranth flower, Marigold flower, and Sweet Osmanthus are utilized.
Flowering Teas also have high antioxidant levels, and are quite beneficial to your health.

Blossoming Tea preperation:
Start with a clear glass pot for maximum visual effect.
Place the Flowering Tea ball into your teapot and add water almost brought to a boil. Keeping the water below the boiling point allows the Blossoming Tea to open slower and give a better showing. The ball will fully open in about 5 minutes.
Don't remove the bloom or tea leaves until you are done with the Tea, as Flowering Tea can be refreshed up to 3 times by adding more water as needed. The Blooming Teas do not get bitter with with extended steeping.


White tea contains more polyphenols, the powerful anti-oxidant that fights and kills cancer-causing cells, than any other type of tea. Also a 2004 study at Pace University concluded that white tea can help your body's immune system fight off viruses and dangerous infection-causing bacteria. The same study concluded that fluoride-rich white tea helps prevent the growth of dental plaque, the chief cause of tooth decay.


Jasmine pearls are delicious fresh flavour with real Jasmine flowers. This Jasmine tea is convincing with its wonderful aroma.


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