Tea Bags - White Tea
White tea is derived from the same Camilla sinensis bush as black and green teas; it is the immature leaves from the unopened buds of the tea plant that are used to create white tea.<\p>
Requiring minimal processing, white tea leaves are plucked fresh from the bush and withered by air or solar drying. The resulting tea tastes mild in comparison to other teas – often described as “silky and sweet”. White tea is also rich in antioxidants and many other beneficial phytonutrients.