| White tea is the result of simple sun drying of the leaves just after they are picked.
The best-known teas are those made from buds. (Be careful! They are very rich in caffeine). Delicate and splendid. |
A frequent misapprehension is their so-called “blandness”, which is due most of the time to too small a measure of tea. In fact, white tea is very light and full, the correct measure proffering you exceptional flavours and colours that vary from pale yellow to pinky orange in your cup after 4 or 5 minutes.
Do not forget that it can be infused several times.