Tea Pouring – A Sign of Respect

Tea Pouring – A Sign of Respect

Tea Pouring – A Sign of Respect In contemporary China tea drinking is still an integral part of daily life. Tea is not only consumed on casual and formal occasions, it is also a large part of Chinese Traditional Medicine and Chinese cuisine as well. From quick...
Dr. Oz Quotes – Benefits of White Tea

Dr. Oz Quotes – Benefits of White Tea

Dr. Oz – White Tea Benefits The following quotes come from Dr. Oz’s website about white tea… While Americans’ number one source of antioxidants is from coffee, Dr. Oz says there are better hot beverages out there, like green tea. Another great tea option is white tea....
White Tea Glossary

White Tea Glossary

White Tea Glossary Complete White Tea Glossary White tea is one of the most rarest and expensive tea of the world. Unlike other teas, it does not undergo a fermentation process, rather it is left to wither and dry out. In this tea glossary, you will find a detailed...
What is White Tea?

What is White Tea?

White Tea Explained Many people want to know exactly what is white tea? When green tea first arrived on the Western scene it faced many of the same obstacles. Eventually, Americans welcomed its different, astringent taste, particularly when it was infused and flavored...
Benefits of White Tea (Top 10)

Benefits of White Tea (Top 10)

Top Ten Benefits of White Tea White tea is made from the immature leaves of the Camelia Sinensis, the same plant that is used to make black tea, oolong tea, green tea and yellow tea. What makes it so packed with health benefits is that it has all the nutritional...
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...