White tea is a subtly-flavored and low-caffeine tea originating in China. It is the least processed of the true teas. White tea also has numerous health benefits that make it a worthy drink.

Where Does White Tea Come From?

White tea originally came from Fuding, in the Fujian Province of South East China.  Now, white tea is grown in other regions of China.

White tea is the least processed of the true teas from the camellia sinensis plant.  The most expensive versions of white tea are processed by hand.

What Makes White Tea Different?

What Does White Tea Taste Like?

White teas are often infused with other flavors like jasmine or honey.

This type of tea has the least amount of caffeine out of all teas with only 15 to 30 mg per eight ounce serving.

How Much Caffeine is in White Tea?

To keep your tea at its freshest, keep it in a cool, dry place in a container away from any light.

How To Store White Tea

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