White tea comprises only the first few tender leaves and new buds of the tea bush harvested in early springtime. The least processed of all teas from the Camellia sinensis tea plant, white tea is naturally dried indoors for a flavor that most reflects a freshly picked tea leaf. Bai Mu Dan Mandarin is one of the highest quality white teas.
White Tea consists only of leaves from the branch tips, particularly the leaf bud and possibly the first two leaves under the bud. Additionally, White Tea is picked once a year in the spring and is thus less available than the others. White Tea is minimally processed. The leaves are only lightly steamed or, sometimes, just dried.
It's not only white tea's unique flavor but also its superior health benefits that are attracting new fans. White tea boasts the same type of healthful polyphenols as green tea, but in even greater amounts and scientific research continues to uncover new benefits of drinking white tea. A recent study indicates that white tea may have anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties.
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