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Chinese White Tea

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White Tea
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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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  • “it has a semi-strong taste not rly bitter or sweet it smelled like those teas u get in hotels but it did taste good like a breakfast tea its worth trying i got bunches of it so im gonna experiment...” Read full tasting note
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From Ceylon Teas

White tea comes from the youngest buds and leaves from the Camelia sinensis plant- the same plant from which green and black teas are derived. The leaves undergo virtually no oxidation and are dried to retain their high antioxidant properties. Slightly sweeter and more toasty than green tea, white tea was once proclaimed by Emperor Hui Zhong as “the very culmination of elegance.”

Ingredients: Pure Chinese white tea leaves

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it has a semi-strong taste not rly bitter or sweet it smelled like those teas u get in hotels but it did taste good like a breakfast tea its worth trying i got bunches of it so im gonna experiment with steep times

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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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