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Margaret's Hope Moonlight Spring White Tea

AU$ 10.50
10 g | 4 cups

Margaret's Hope Exotic Spring White Tea

AU$ 74.99
50 g | 20 cups

Kesar Delight White

AU$ 44.99
100 g | 40 cups

Ivory Geranium Blossom Tea

AU$ 63.99
100 g | 40 cups

Castleton Moonlight Spring White Tea

AU$ 67.49
50 g | 20 cups

Darjeeling Special Spring White Tea

AU$ 22.49
50 g | 20 cups

Darjeeling Special Spring Silver Needle White Tea

AU$ 4.50
10 g | 4 cups

Billimalai Special Winter Frost White Tea

AU$ 50.99 AU$ 35.69 30% Off
100 g | 40 cups

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What is White Tea?

White tea is recognized to be one of the most delicate tea varieties of all tea types because of it's minimal processing method. It gets its name from the fine, silvery‐white hairs that cover the unopened buds of the Camellia sinensis plant. Although named white tea, when brewed, it has a rather pale, light yellow colour. There is no defined consensus on how white tea should be processed, but there are two commonly accepted and used methods. The first method involves allowing the loose leaves to wither for a long time before they are dried, while the second processing method involves steaming or firing the loose leaves first to deactivate the polyphenol oxidase and then allowing it to dry. The best white tea is made from young buds that are plucked early in a harvest season, at an elevation of 5000 ft and higher. The air here is colder, giving the flavours ample opportunity to mature and intensify. The Silver Needle tea is the best example of the finest white tea.

Health Benefits of White Tea

Known as an antioxidant powerhouse, Fresh white teas offers a host of health benefits, including protecting the body against free radicals, chronic diseases, and inflammations. Organic white tea, with its high antioxidant value, is a great beverage that can aid in natural weight loss. White tea is a zero-calorie drink which is pleasant and refreshing and can surpass the health benefits provided by your regular cup of tea. The subtle flavour of fresh white tea and its list of health benefits will definitely make you want to brew and enjoy a cup of fresh white tea. The health benefits of white tea would include:

  • Reducing the risk of heart disease
  • Helping you lose weight
  • Protecting your teeth from bacteria
  • May fight cancer
  • Lower the risk of insulin resistance

How to select the best white tea?

Most white teas come from the Fujian province in China. However, you can also get some of the best white teas from famous tea estates in the Indian subcontinent such as Darjeeling, Nepal and the Nilgiris. Each of these tea growing regions produces a white with inherent characteristics. White peony tea from China's Hunan province is rated as one of the best white teas in the world. When it comes to Indian white tea, each of these tea growing regions produces a tea unique in flavour and texture from the other. While Darjeeling white teas are crisp and floral, Nilgiris white teas have a velvety texture and tropical fruit notes. Nepal’s white teas are similar to Darjeeling white tea, less complex but more mellow.

White tea is a beverage worth exploring for its taste and health benefits and if you’re looking to buy white tea, you can consider the Teabox White Tea Collection, which contains samples of all our whites, from the most renowned estates like Castleton, Namring, and Margaret’s Hope in Darjeeling, Bilimalai and Glendale in Nilgiris, Guranse and Mai‐Ilam in Nepal. Our white tea bags are also a great place to start when exploring the fine taste and flavours of this healthy beverage.

Caffeine content in White Tea:

If you're worried about the caffeine content in white tea, you should know that it has the lowest levels of caffeine compared to all other tea types. White tea has an average of 20 mg of caffeine per cup, which is even lower than that of the green tea.

More about White Teas

You can get white teas in different flavours but most of them have a pale colour, are light and slightly sweet tasting. The most attractive property about white tea leaves is when brewed, it has no bitterness or aftertaste.

The aromantic sweet note and subtle taste of white teas have made it the most popular and sought-after tea type in the world of tea lovers. And it is because of this reason along with its added health benefits that have made this tea widely available on the market. So if you were worried about where to buy white tea from, don't. You can conveniently buy white tea online.

They say the best way to drink this beverage is by brewing loose leaf white tea in hot water but if you just don't have the time and looking for a more on the go option, buy white tea bags online. We’re sure, no matter how you brew your white tea, you will love and enjoy its sweet taste.

When you choose to buy white tea online, you'll be spoiled for choice as there are so many varieties to choose from. Both fresh white tea and organic white tea is available in a variety of flavours. To name a few famous white tea types; the silver needle white tea, the Darjeeling white tea and the Nilgiri white tea, each offering its own unique taste.