White teas

As the least processed type of tea, white tea is closely related to the original plant. Known for being smooth and delicate, its liquor contains barely any tannin and is low in caffeine since it is composed largely, if not entirely, of tea plant buds. It is best consumed in the evening or on warm days seeing that it is brewed at lower temperature. Harvested primarily in Fujian, China, some lesser-known white tea has also been produced in the province of Yunnan.


Regardless of its origin, white tea is divided in two categories, based on its composition: entirely made of downy buds or mixed with the first leaf. White tea’s harvesting period only lasts two weeks in early spring. This makes it a rare tea. After the harvest, the buds are withered, dried and then sorted.

Bai Hao Yin Zhen
White tea - China
Bai Hao Yin Zhen
From $17.50
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Bai Mu Dan
White tea - China
Bai Mu Dan
From $8.50
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Bihar Silver Needle
White tea - India
Bihar Silver Needle
From $9
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Fuding Shou Mei 2020
White tea - China
Fuding Shou Mei 2020
From $9
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Gong Mei 2017 "mini-boutons"
White tea - China
Gong Mei 2017 "mini-buttons"
From $15
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Jinggu - Bourgeons de théiers sauvages
White tea - China
Jinggu - Wild tea tree buds
From $14
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Shou Mei 2016
White tea - China
Shou Mei 2016
From $8
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Simao Bai Cha
White tea - China
Simao Bai Cha
From $9.50
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Ye Sheng Zi Ya
White tea - China
Ye Sheng Zi Ya
Out of stock
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Yin Zhen au jasmin
Aromatized white tea - China
Jasmine Yin Zhen
From $13
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Yue Guang Bai
White tea - China
Yue Guang Bai
From $15
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