Ceylon Silver

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White Tea
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White Tea
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  • “White tea is the unexplored, underappreciated part of the tea world. I too vastly underappreciate it. Especially one that comes from Ceylon. I wasn’t expecting much to be honest. I wasn’t very...” Read full tasting note
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As delicate in flavour as it is in colour, this mid-grown Silver Tips tea is hand-plucked in Sri Lanka’s thriving Uva tea region. Handled with tenderness and the utmost care, these leaves are then allowed to enter the ovens. This delectable white tea brews to a subtle yellow colour and offers an enticing floral aroma. Boasting a wide variety of health benefits, this tea with a mild Jasmine taste brews to perfection in a few minutes. This pure silver tea is crafted with love after being selected from only the freshest leaves in the region, creating a true speciality tea that will fill you with calmness.

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White tea is the unexplored, underappreciated part of the tea world. I too vastly underappreciate it. Especially one that comes from Ceylon. I wasn’t expecting much to be honest. I wasn’t very impressed with any of their green teas so I assumed the white would be marginal at best. I was wrong. This is fantastic. I’m currently drinking it gong fu style with water that could probably be warmer but the flavors I’m getting are sublime. The first few were filled with floral notes of jasmine and gardenia. The third infusion is earthy. Incredibly soft on the palate with no astringency. You can definitely steep it up to 6 minutes but make sure to try it at least every minute because the flavors at each are great.
The aroma is a bit grassy but mainly filled with hay notes. Like the hay you find in a stable or barn. And over roasted vegetables.

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