White tea is only obtained from special cultivars and is the least processed tea (Camellia sinensis) with the lowest degree of oxidation (2-5%). Due to the minimal, yet highly demanding, process of pre-drying and withering in the air, it has a very high content of tea polyphenols, catechins and L-theanine. Sourced directly from top regions and tested in a German laboratory.
Yin Zhen (Silver Needle)
Silver needle teas are considered the most noble of all white teas, as they are only obtained from the young buds of the 1st harvest, and have a particularly low degree of oxidation (roughly 2%). We offer the most elegant and pure Fuding Yin Zhen silver needle tea, from the most famous region in Fuding, as well as from the remote, high mountain locations of Guangxi, and exceptional, highly aromatic silver needle from pesticide-free cultivation at an idyllic location at the foot of Mt. Kenya from special, native white tea cultivars.
Pai Mu Tan (White Peony)
Highly aromatic white tea, also known as White Peony, made from a precise proportion of high quality genuine silver needles and processed leaves. Full-bodied with a rich sweetness.
White Jasmine Tea
Original white jasmine teas from the world's best terroir in Fuding. No flavouring additives are used for our teas, only hand-sorted, certified organic jasmine flowers.
Ya Bao (Wild Tea Buds)
This pure, hand-harvested bud tea is a speciality from the Chinese province of Yunnan. Our Ya Bao comes from wild-growing, often very old trees, whose leaves are also used for precious Pu'er tea. The tea has a unique blend of tangy, spicy forest notes and mild, digestible sweetness.
Sublime silver needle tea with an excellent, distinctive aroma and genuine, anthocyanin-rich purple tea from pure buds with elegant white tea character. Pesticide-free cultivation from an unspoiled, natural location on Mt. Kenya.
Popular and unique white tea from near Pu Erh in Yunnan, which develops an excellent aroma and a pleasant sweetness due to stronger oxidation.
Aged White Teas
Finely matured white teas, from China's best white tea terroirs. Maturation releases the fresh aromas of the white tea, giving aged white tea a particularly soft and rounded effect: sweet, fruity aromas come more to the fore, while vegetal notes are less noticeable in the infusion.