White Tea

White tea is considered to have been the least processed amid the diverse teas we have; taking its name from the white hairs on its surface. The processing procedure is rather simple as it goes through only two procedures: withering and drying, withering being the main part. The tender bud and tender leaves are often noted for their subtleness.

The finished product has green leaves and red veins covered with white hairs. The brewed tea leaves open up fully underwater and the tea soup has a subtle aroma with a light color.