The Wisdom of Whites
It is indeed a wonder of nature as to how the youngest and freshest of tea leaves buds have the silvery white hues of wisdom. Adding to that these leaves undergo the least processing and are dried and withered in the most natural way possible. The buds are hand rolled to lock in the innate flavours, and dried in natural sunlight, bringing out the finest taste and aroma.
While the tea itself ages gracefully, it’s rich anti-oxidants including Polyphenols, a phytonutrient, has various health benefits including anti-ageing properties.
Since it undergoes the least amount of oxidation, white tea has a soft, delicate flavour compared to other tea variants like green, oolong or black tea. Subtle favours that are well appreciated by those who like the subtler things in life.