White Tea Steep Time is Subjective

White Tea Steep Time is Subjective

White Tea Steeping Time Quotes As you will see from these examples, the steeping time for white tea (silver needles) is highly subjective and dependent on individual taste. Here are some quotes from various white tea references that illustrate that point… The...
How Are White Tea Pearls Made?

How Are White Tea Pearls Made?

How Are Yin Zhen White Tea Pearls Made? Yin Zhen white tea has had numerous names throughout Chinese History. In its raw form it was called Baihao Yin Zhen or White Hair Silver Needles. When they are rolled into the shape of a pearl, they are called Dragon Pearls. Yin...
How is White Tea Processed?

How is White Tea Processed?

White Tea Processing The production of white tea is different from green tea. White tea leaves come from a special varietal tea bush called Narcissus or chaicha bushes. For white tea, the little buds that form on the plant are covered with silver hairs that give the...
White Tea Caffeine

White Tea Caffeine

White Tea and CaffeineMany people are very familiar with black teas, green teas and even oolong teas. But they may not be as familiar with the most precious tea in the world, white tea. This is wonderful tea is less stringent and much smoother than its closely related...
Why Is White Tea So Rare?

Why Is White Tea So Rare?

White Tea is a rare delicacy amongst teas. Tea connoisseurs recognize the White Teas for their unmatched intricacy of complex natural sweetness and delicate floral and herbal undertones.  It is mainly produced in Fujian Province of China with only limited production...