White Tea

The most pure and unadulterated of all teas, white tea is as close as you can get to picking tea and throwing it directly in your cup. While true definitions of white tea vary from state to state, province to province, plantation to plantation, and even farmer to farmer, most agree that white tea is neither oxidized nor rolled. White tea is very carefully harvested whole to prevent any breakage, allowing for drastically reduced oxidation. Some are picked and dried, some are sun-withered, but all are soft, subtle, and pleasing to a delicate palette.

House White - A Shou Mei Chinese white; slightly stronger   Silver Needle - Very soft, traditional Chinese white tea.   Invisible Man - A traditional Bai Mu Dan (White Peony); light-bodied white.   Captain Silver - A blend of silver needle and white peony