White teaWhite tea is appreciated for the delicacy of taste, beneficial effects on the body and finally a wealth of vitamins and trace elements.
The first recorded information about white tea comes from the "Treaty of tea", which was created during the reign of Emperor Huizong of the Song Dynasty (1101-1126). He had a small military leadership ability and for it possessed other talents. He was a patron of the arts, a poet and painter. He had enormous creative potential. It was he who introduced white, an exclusive tea salons.
What is hidden under the name of white tea?The name comes from the fact that, in the colors of letters prevails white-silvery tint, and is the result of use for the production of white tea a special variety called Camellia sinensis da bai.
Tea processing is based on an old method. The priority here is the behavior of condensed processing of the leaves, which are subjected to steam and short contact with air to give a 10-15% oxidation. All this in order to reduce the loss of valuable health properties.
What is white tea is different from others?It is the quintessence of subtlety and blandness. High achromatism white tea is the result of attention to production standards at every stage of the treatment process sheets.
Warning! This preserves the natural health benefits and delicate flavor that characterizes white tea.
What are the benefits of white tea?
- unique flavor (harmony subtlety, delicacy and finesse);
- ideal for tasting any time of day;
- It has a high level of polyphenols, which offset the effects of free radicals;
- It contains all the vitamins and minerals needed for proper functioning of the body.
How to brew white tea?
First of all, it is important here soft filtered water. After boiling, allow to cool to a temperature of approx. 80-90 ° C. The brewer should be large to contain the developing leaves.
Warning! White tea brewing time depends on the species.
Leaves can drown twice, whereby can extend the brewing time. White tea tastes best with small cups or bowls. Do not add to it sugar, jam and milk.