White Tea

White Tea

White teas are not oxidized or de-enzymed (heated by pan-firing or steaming) – they are the least processed of all teas, basically left to dry with as little handling as possible. A white tea may be more oxidized than a green tea because the natural oxidation process is not stopped by heat – that’s why some white teas are a darker brownish colour than some green teas.

 

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  1. White Peony Tea

    White Peony Tea

    Murchie's White Peony Tea. This full leaf tea is a pluck of two leaves and a silvery bud, left to dry in the sun. When brewed, the leaves produce a pale and mild liquor, with a subtle fruit taste and grassy undertones.

    Light/Delicate Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

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