Malawi Satemwa Antlers White Tea

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White Tea
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Alcohol, Autumn Leaf Pile, Brown Sugar, Butter, Caramel, Dark Wood, Fruity, Honey, Lychee, Peach, Roasted, Rosehips, Sawdust, Sour, Spicy, Sweet, Wet Earth, Wood, Cinnamon, Floral, Hay, Melon, Plums, Sake, Sweet, warm grass, Spices, Earth, Stems
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Fair Trade
Typical Preparation
Use 71 oz / 2110 ml of water
Set water temperature to 180 °F / 82 °C
Use 4 g of tea
Steep for 2 min, 15 sec
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“The tea has a unique dry stalk aroma that is very woody. This is the first time I am trying it out so the brewing parameters are very much an experiment. I used 5g of stalks in a glazed clay...” Read full tasting note
“Once upon a time I drank a green-ish Darjeeling. The first cup was very sour, near unpalatable to me, reminiscent of my first time trying wine (didn’t like it). Second cup mellowed out into a...” Read full tasting note
“A very unique savoury white tea with notes of spices.” Read full tasting note
“My dear friend gave a very generous portion of this tea. I’ve wanted to try it, but wow, this amount is insane. Anyway, this tea works Gong Fu and I’ve yet to do it Western. It is a very dry tea-so...” Read full tasting note


A truly unique tea which is composed almost exclusively of stems, it produces an incredibly smooth and sweet taste composed of lychees and honey. An incredible tea which is completely unlike any other tea produced in both material used to produce it and taste.

Satemwa Antlers throws out the rule book on what is the best part of the tea plant to use to produce the best tea. It has been thought that the buds followed by the top leaves were the best part of the plant to use and that any tea which contained stems is of low quality. Satemwa Antlers being composed purely of stems turns this thinking upside down and once more proves that there are no definitives in the tea world.

Sourced direct from Satemwa Tea Estate in Malawi who are dedicated to pushing the boundaries of great tea production while caring for the local environment, providing their employees a fair wage and contributing to the local community.

Tasting Notes:
- Very smooth texture
- Incredible lychee nose
- No astringency or bitterness
- Brilliant taste of lychee and honey
Origin: Satemwa Tea Estate, Malawi, Africa
Brewing Advice:
- Heat water to roughly 80°C/176°F
- Use 3-4 tsps per cup/small teapot
- Brew for 3-4 minutes
- Always remove the leaves from the water once the tea has brewed
- Re-use the leaves multiple times and increase steeping time with each subsequent infusion
- Best without milk

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