White tea

(Silver needle)

White tea is a lightly oxidized tea grown and is named because of the fine silvery-white hairs that present a whitish appearance.   It is quite rare and expensive.  


  • The leaves and buds are allowed to wither in natural sunlight before they are lightly processed to prevent oxidation or further tea processing.  

  • The beverage itself is not white or colorless but pale yellow.

  • It retains peak levels of antioxidants.

  • Its downy white leaves impart a mild, gentle flavor reminiscent of sweet melon or honey. 

Benefits of White Tea

  • Help reduce chronic inflammation by protecting the body against damage from free radicals.

  • Help relax blood vessels, boost immunity and prevent bad cholesterol from becoming oxidized thereby  lowering the risk of heart disease. 

  • Help the body burn fat and boost metabolism.

  • Help fight bacteria that cause plaque on teeth.

  • Lower the risk of insulin resistance and improve blood sugar control.