White tea is different to the other types of tea, in that they are the most minimally processed, with very little oxidization. Commonly picked in the early spring and spring season, it is comprised of ‘unfurled leaves’, or ‘buds’. While these buds are still young, they are covered in fine, silvery-white hairs.
White tea is tea made from new growth buds and young leaves of the plant Camellia sinensis. The leaves are steamed or fried to inactivate oxidation, and then dried. White tea therefore retains the high concentrations of catechins which are present in fresh tea leaves.This tea will certainly brighten your day.