White Tea

White Tea is the purest form of Green Tea; the leaves are simply plucked, withered and dried, that's it. Very high in antioxidants and thus remarkably healthy for you.
They can be delicate like Silver Needles or more robust like Pai Mu Tan.
White tea usually comes from China but occasionally you find little gems like the Malawi Bvumbwe.
Generally you would brew them for between two and three minutes at a temperature of around 80°C.
They can all be re-infused many times and as such are comparatively economical.
White teas are one of our biggest selling types of tea, possibly because they are my favourite so I tend to be quite enthusiastic about them.