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White Tea from Teatulia

February23

Tea Type: White Tea

Where To Buy: Teatulia

Product Description:

A medium-bodied delicacy with hints of peach. Made from the youngest and rarest tea parts.

What Is White Tea?
White tea also comes from the Camellia sinensis plant, however is minimally processed. It is harvested before the leaves open fully, when the buds are still covered by fine white hairs, hence the name. Once the buds and leaves are handpicked, they are very carefully and meticulously steamed and dried.

Is there Caffeine?
Yes, about 2/3 less than coffee

Feel Good About Drinking White Tea!
Because of the very careful and delicate harvesting process, white tea retains the most nutrients versus black or green tea. Recent studies show that white tea is 10% more effective in improving immune health than its green cousin.

Tasters Review:

The dry leaf of this White Tea from Teatulia smells like sweet basil…with a hint of mint underneath.   The leaves are a fuzzy and frosty.

The wet leaf has a very vegetal scent.

This has a very light and clean taste.  It’s a refreshing and relaxing sip all the way thru.  I can pick out the slightest bit of peach likeness, too!

The color of the liquid is a very, very light brown with a yellowish hue.

This has a nice relaxing, mellow flavor that I really like as an end to a hectic day!

If you want a good quality – plain/white tea…try this one from Teatulia!  It comes in loose leaf and/or bagged.  Both make for a more than decent cuppa!

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