Processing of White tea sounds ridiculously simple - pick leaves, put them out in the sun to dry (or air heaters if it's rainy) and voila you have White tea. But when a process is so simple there is no room for mistakes, no way to fix any shortcomings in extra layers of processing. Any errors will be easy to pick up to the trained palate. This is the Goldilocks of tea - a small aberration makes an obviously poorer quality tea - all conditions have to be 'just right'.
White tea star combined with a single red Amaranth. Floral sweetness with forest air and malty rich warmth.
Our selection of hand produced blossoming tea created by Chinese artisans. Beautiful floral displays blossom in your glass. Made from white tea buds for a light and elegant flavour.
Ye Sheng Ya Bao
The precious lateral buds of wild PuErh trees picked in late winter. Fresh cut wood, dried apricots and marzipan with a ginger spiciness.
2004 Fuding Bai Mu Dan & Shou Mei
Sticky and syrupy 2004 aged White tea blend from Fuding. Plum wine, honeydew melons, marzipan and mastic resin.
2009 Fuding Bai Mu Dan & Shou Mei
Much anticipated sequel of the legendary Jade Star. An aged Bai Mu Dan & Shou Mei blended White tea from 2009. Dried mint, burnt apples and dark molasses with a spicy, cannabis skunkiness.
Bai Hao Yin Zhen
Very early spring picked silver beige buds producing a luscious, thick and soft liquor. Summer meadow flowers and dry grass with sweet, ripe cantaloupe.
Beautifying blend of White Peony, Rose and Red Dates. Herbaceous, minty sweet nut milk and warm honey.
Fragrant combination of Jasmine Silver Needle and Chrysanthemum. Wild strawberries, sweet flowers and river pebbles.
Mo Li Yin Zhen
White tea buds scented with fresh Jasmine flowers. Floral sweet with starfruit and apple candy over a slate rockiness.
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Mei Leaf 100ml White porcelain Gaiwan printed with the #StayLoose artwork. The perfect size for solo brewing or horizontal tastings.