White Tea is minimally processed and the least fermented among the different types of tea. Withered, air dried in the sun (or dried on smoldering fire), it exemplifies a simple and natural approach to tea processing. A much sought-after Chinese tea hailed from the Fujian Province, white tea comes in different categories and grades, depending on the variety of tea cultivar and the bud-leaf proportion.
King Of White Peony
Made from the beautiful silvery-white downy buds and greyish-green leaves, this tea produces a clear apricot-like yellowish liquor with a pronounced fragrance and a brisk, sweet flavour.
Product Origin: Fujian
Quantity: 5g x 5 packets
Tea Type: White Tea
Tea Intensity: Clear, Golden-orange
Aroma: Velvety, Floral
Taste: Balanced, Rich
Add 5g of tea leaves to the porcelain brewing vessel. Pour in approximately 150ml of water with temperature of 85°C – 95°C. Steep for approximately 45 seconds. Serve. Re-steep the leaves in a similar manner to enjoy the tea as it develops from steep to steep; continue re-steeping until the leaves are exhausted of flavor.
Storage: Keep away from sunlight, heat, moisture and odour.