A great tasting alternative to Green or Black Tea
White tea is similar to green tea, in that it’s undergone very little processing and no fermentation. But there is a noticable difference in taste. The flavour is described as light, and sweet. You should steep white tea in water that is below the boiling point. If you are drinking tea for your health, you may want to consider white teas. There is also considerably less caffeine in white tea than the other varieties (15mg per serving, compared to 40mg for black tea, and 20mg for green). Some studies have also shown that white tea contains more active cancer-fighting antioxidants than green tea. As with all teas, there are many varieties of white tea, with poetic names such as: white peony, golden moon, silver needle and white cloud. White teas are produced mostly in China and Japan, but the Darjeeling region of India also produces some fine white teas.
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