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White Tea

White tea is the young buds of the tea plant which are covered in a silver white down. It is the purest form of tea with the least amount of processing which makes it high in antioxidants. White tea can help you maintain a healthy lifestlyle by helping to boost your metabolism and circulatory system.

Champagne Cassis White Tea

This is the perfect dessert tea! Delicate white tea blended with sweet fruity flavour will satisfy your sweet tooth. Ingredients: White tea, black and white currants, balm leaves, lemongrass, cornflower and sunflower blossoms, and natural flavour.

Luscious Lychee White Tea

White tea is a lightly oxidized tea typically grown in China. this tea is extremely high in antioxidants, even moer so than green tea. White tea has a number of health benefits which include boosting cardiovascular health, helping to lower cholesterol, reducing the risk of cancer and enhancing weight loss. Ingredients: Pai Mu Tan tea, mango pieces, papaya pieces, pineapple pieces, lilly blossoms, sunflowers and natural flavors.

Pai Mu Dan White Tea - Organic

This tea produces a clear pale cup with a fresh aroma a smooth velvety flavour. This naturally withered tea has delicate jammy notes. You must try this tea you will surprised at how something so delicate can have so much flavour. Ingredients: Pai Mu Dan-White Tea.

Red Pomegrante White Tea

This tea is Pai Mu Dan white tea delicately flavoured with pomegrante. This really makes a nice treat-try this one on ice with some fresh berries! Tea can be steeped up tp 5 times. Ingredients: Pai Mu Dan white tea, mullien flowers, safflower blossoms and natural flavours.

Vanilla Coconut White Tea

This white tea has a great refreshing coconut flavour with the balance of sweet vanilla. Try as an iced tea! Also a great source of antioxidants. Ingredients: Pai mu dan white tea, coconut pieces, rose buds, blue mallow flowers, and natural flavours.

Yunnan Moonlight White Tea-Organic

 Organic white tea from the Pu-Erh region in China. It is crafted similar to a white peony tea, but using a native cultivar. This makes it deeper, richer, and fruitier. Very high in antioxidants!