Tea is actually a green tea!
It is called 'white tea' because its leaves are very light
in colour due to its low cholorophyll and polyphenol
procecessing makes it a green tea - withering, pan firing
and shaping, followed by firing gently over charcoal. The
specific variety of tea bush was dicovered growing wild in
the 1950's and grows at over 800m. The theanine (an amino
acid) content of this tea is up to 4 times higher than other
green teas giving it its extremely smooth mouth feel and
rich 'umami' taste which is best brought out with careful
preparation - the secret is to use 5g of tea in a gaiwan and
steep for 3-5 minutes in very cool water of 60-70 degrees.
ANJI white tea is a special tea! It grows up in ANJi a
beatiful and quiet contry town. There is a old tree over 500
years old and the first tea come from where. It is very
famous in China and a lot of people from all of the world
came to our hometown to look for these teas. It is a green
and healthy tea full of amino acid. It taste sweet and
smells good. It can make the air clean and your living life
to the full.