Ceylon Tea, Chinese White Tea, 100-Count Tea Bags (Pack of 2)

December 12, 2013 - Comment

White tea comes from the youngest buds and leaves from the Camelia sinensis plant- the same plant from which green and black teas are derived. The leaves undergo virtually no oxidation and are dried to retain their high antioxidant properties. Slightly sweeter and more toasty than green tea, white tea was once proclaimed by Emperor

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White tea comes from the youngest buds and leaves from the Camelia sinensis plant- the same plant from which green and black teas are derived. The leaves undergo virtually no oxidation and are dried to retain their high antioxidant properties. Slightly sweeter and more toasty than green tea, white tea was once proclaimed by Emperor Hui Zhong as “the very culmination of elegance.”

Product Features

  • 100 tea bags individually wrapped in foil envelopes to lock in freshness
  • approximately 15 mg caffeine

Comments

G "Jeff n Glady" says:

Sooth and delightful Have tried several brand White teas and this one is without a doubt the best. Extremely smooth, no bitter after taste, no foul smell. Simply delicious. Hubby uses it w/o any sweetener DAILY. I put a lil honey or sugar in mine, but it’s excellent. Can’t beat the price, very economical for white tea (most white teas are too expensive and taste bad).

Kathryn A. Barth says:

Iced Tea I bought this to make ice tea and for the health benefits of drinking white tea – which I understand is suppose to be the best. It is mild and makes great ice tea.

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