White Tea

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When it comes to White Tea we offer it to you in its most pure and delicious form.  Try our white peony which is a mix of bud and open leaf or opt straight for the top shelf with the silver needle - all bud.  
Read more about what makes a white tea further down the page along with suggestions to help guide you choose the perfect tea.
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A Small Note On What Makes A White Tea:

White Tea is the rarest and least processed of all teas. Depending on the particular style of white tea it will be made up entirely of the new growth and bud (silver needle style) from the tea plant or a mix of bud and open leaf (white peony style) - both teas we offer. 


White Tea is less processed than Green Tea.  The leaf is simply plucked and air-dried. It is not technically oxidised however sometimes the leaf may get slightly bruised during  transportation/handling resulting in some oxidisation showing around the outer edges of the leaf.


White tea has a very delicate, sweet subtle flavour with suggestions of honey and peaches – the elegant silver needle is very light while the white peony offers a broader depth of flavour. The beauty of this tea lies in its simplicity. If you are just starting your white tea journey we recommend the white peony to start. Read more about the delicacies of White Tea here


  • 2009 Research from Kingston University in London shows white tea is prized for its anti ageing properties – perhaps we will see even more cosmetic companies including white tea in their formulations. Read about the findings of this study here.
  • Brewed with water just below boiling many of our clients find the same leaves can be steeped several times throughout the day.
  • White tea is delicious hot or cold – for a special party drink offer non alcoholic white tea cocktails – perhaps white peony tea with strawberries and basil. See our Recipes page along with Iced Tea Hints and Tips.  

Which White Tea Are You Looking For?

Traditional White Tea Styles then select: Silver Needle (Bai Hao Yin Zhen) or White Peony (Bai Mudan).