Collection: White Teas

White tea, like black and green tea, is made from the Camellia Sinensi plant and contains polyphenols, a set of phytonutrients that are thought to be responsible for the health effects of tea.  

Since white tea is the least processed of true teas, it also contains the most antioxidants. Catechins in white tea may help lower blood pressure, improve circulation and lower the risk of heart disease. Antioxidants in white tea have also been shown to lower cholesterol levels, especially bad LDL cholesterol 

White tea favor is known to deliver a delicate mellow flavor, which is often described as floral, fresh, fruity, with a hint of cucumber or melon