White tea is the youngest harvested buds of the Camellia sinensis plant almost exclusively in the Fujian province of China.
Touch Organic got another tea in my cup with morning with their Very Berry White Tea with Fruit.
The tea for this morning is an Apricot White Tea from Touch Organic.
Today’s cup is White Orchard from Mighty Leaf Tea.
This tea is made from the unopened and pre-blossomed buds of the tea leaves. They get their description from the silky white hairs above their bodies.
Today’s cup is a blend from Fully Loaded Tea called Cucumber Mojo White Tea.
Fully Loaded Tea makes some interesting teas. I’ve enjoyed their Tomato Rebel Black Tea for a while.
My favorite Earl Grey yet is this Winter White Earl Grey from Harney & Sons. It’s a Mutan white tea based blend with oil of bergamot. I think you’ll find this tea as soothing as I do.
This tea was provided to me as a gift from someone overseas. It took another friend from Taiwan to translate the packaging, but we’re pretty sure we got it right. This Bai Hao from Long Fu located in Yunnan China is a bit unique.
I’ve been impressed with several blends from Teavana recently. They have done a bang-up job on a couple teas’ they’ve sent to me, but they haven’t overcome my initial impressions. Will this To Life™ white tea blend from Teavana finally put them in the “plus category?”
White teas are delicate and pure. Their flavor profile is full of subtleties and natural sweetness. With the addition of both floral and fruit items to make this Snow Geisha blend from Teavana, they hope to attract a wider audience.