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SILVER NEEDLES 

The highest quality of white tea is usually from the  Silver Needle variety.  

 

Silver Needles white tea is made from pure buds or the unopened leaflets of the tea plant.  The buds to make this tea variety is harvested twice a year - during the early spring; and late autumn.   The White Tea Shop Silver Needles white tea is always from the harvest of spring.

Silver Needle White Tea has a subtle, mild taste that will remind you of crisp fresh pear. The buds can be re-steeped multiple times.
 

  • 3 - 5 grams of white tea (1 tbsp)

  • 100 ml- 250 ml of water

  • 85-95 degrees Celcius

  • 45 seconds - 5 minutes

  • Re-steep until it ceases to give off-flavor (2-3 times)

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WHITE PEONY
(BAI MU DAN)

White Peony (Chinese: Bai Mu Dan)  white tea is made from the full leafset of the tea plant. It is made from a bud and 2 young leaflets immediately below the buds.

 

It is mild but bolder taste than the Silver Needles.

  • 3  grams of white tea (1 tbsp)

  • 150 ml- 250 ml of water

  • 85-95 degrees Celcius

  • 45 seconds - 3 minutes

  • Re-steep until it ceases to give off-flavor (2 times)


 

WAYS TO PREPARE WHITE TEA

Longer steeping

SHORTER steeping