Jun 21 2019
White Tea is derived from the leaves and buds of the Camellia Sinensis plant. It is mainly harvested once a year, before the tea leaves are fully opened. At this stage, the buds are wrapped in white hairs. The most expensive and pure of all teas, white tea is also the least processes type of tea, only undergoing withering and drying after plucking. As a result, it contains a large amount of antioxidants. White tea has a floral and delicate taste.
Benefits of White Tea
White tea contains more anti-oxidants than any other tea which help in boosting the immune system and fighting free radicals in the body.
White tea has anti-ageing components that help in reducing wrinkles and improving the skin texture.
White tea helps in weight loss. It boosts the metabolism rate, leading to weight loss.
White tea contains compounds that may help in the fight against cancer.
How to prepare White Tea
Add white tea to a cup or pot. Add any quantity that you desire.
Add hot water and steep it for up to seven minutes while covering the cup or pot.
Serve the tea.