Many people have heard a saying about aged white tea: “one-year tea, three-year medicine, and seven-year treasure”, but they aren’t clear about the reason. As if we say Pu’erh tea “the aged the better”, which means it will taste more mellow and smooth during the aging process because of the ingredients transformation.
The Fuding white tea based on the picking standards can be divided into Silver Needle White Tea, White Peony Tea, Gongmei White Tea, Shoumei White tea and etc, which need different brewing methods. If you do not want to memorize the brewing methods of each tea by rote, you can take a look at this article to master some practical rules about how to brew Fuding white tea.
White tea has remarkable health benefits according to Chinese medicine theory. Today, we will discuss some of them closely relating to our daily life
The term aged white tea refers solely to these white teas which have been stored for a long period of time (10-20 years). They are abundant in phytochemicals and valuable for both drinking and collecting.
Fuding white tea refers to teas made of leaves of Fuding DaBaicha and Fuding Dabaihao which are native to Taimu Mountain, Fujian.
This article is going to show you six easy ways of brewing white tea at home or in the office.
Silver Needle white tea is the highest quality white tea available, and it is famous throughout the world for its impeccable flavor and aromatic fragrance. Silver Needle tea is produced by picking the large leaf tea trees' buds to create this beautiful white tea.
White Peony is a well known type of white tea which is produced by plucking the bud and one leaf, or two leaves and a bud of the larger leafed tea trees or Narcissus tea trees' shorter and smaller sprouts.
There may be some confusing to tea beginners about the names of various teas. Sometimes a tea maybe have different names on different websites. For example, Iron Goddess of Mercy Oolong Tea is also being called Tie Guan Yin or Ti Kuan Yin.
Silver Needle tea also called as Bai Hao Yinzhen is a only slightly fermented tea, taking premium top grade. Fuding and Zhenghe city in the Fujian province of China is home to this white tea.
Silver Needle is the treasure of the white tea world, and is well known as one of the highest grades of tea you can find. The appearance of the Silver Needle white tea is a beauty, with straight needle-like buds which are so white they have a silvery tone to them. The bud head is strong and fat, with white tips that are usually covered in a fine white downy hair.
White tea is classified as a lightly fermented tea, with very little or no fermentation at all, making it light, fresh and the tea which is richest in anti-oxidants.