White tea undergoes minimal processing on its way to your cup. Mostly harvested in China, parts of India, Southern Sri Lanka and India, it is named for the fine, whitish-silvery hairs on the unopened bud. A delicate, lightly flavoured, soft yellow brew, white tea boasts significant health benefits, with more antioxidants than green and black tea. It also has less caffeine than coffee, and contains antibacterial properties such as fluoride. read more..
The soft, elegant and light flavour of white tea is particularly enjoyable when combined with our delicious, well-considered accompaniments – cocoa, citrus, forest berries or cinnamon. Formerly the preserve of royalty only, this sublime tea is a luxurious treat worthy of a princess. read less..