Loose Leaf White Teas
Delicate, Refined Taste
Loose Leaf White Teas are the most delicate type of tea, picked as young leaves or buds. They produce a very pale color in the tea cup and are typically light in body and mellow in finish. A refined white tea will not be astringent like other teas.
Because the white tea leaves are far more delicate than loose leaf black teas, they cannot handle boiling water when steeping. Such temperatures will burn the leaves, resulting in unpleasant bitterness. To avoid this, use simmering water, about 180°F – 190°F (or 82°C – 88°C).
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