White teas have the lowest caffeine content of all types of tea, which is around 10mg caffeine per 100g white tea.
Traditionally, white teas usually come from the Fujian Province in China.
Our white tea is an exception here, because it comes from Taiwan and is still processed there in a very traditional way. White tea is carefully picked by hand, only young tea buds are harvested, which are still protected by the larger leaves. are firmly enclosed in new leaves. This ensures a silky, downy quality of the leaves.
The first time you drink white tea, it looks rather tasteless - like drinking hot water. However, after a while you will notice a subtle change in your breath and mouth. You will taste a soft, nourishing sweetness and eventually experience a similar sensation in your throat.
White teas are prepared at 80 ° C - the steeping time should not take longer than 3 minutes.
Manufacturing process: White tea is the finest tea in taste and aroma, as the leaves are not rolled or crushed during processing. Camellia sinensis bushes that have large, fleshy leaf buds are used for most white teas today. These leaf buds are processed into Silver Needles. When the next two leaves are picked and processed in the same way, the result is White Peony tea.