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WHITE Krasnodar tea green long leaf top grade  fermentation 12%

White tea is a type of tea that undergoes weak fermentation (oxidation). According to the classification according to the degree of fermentation, white tea is in third place after green tea, approximately 12% of fermentation. The name “white” was obtained by the appearance of a tea bud, which is densely covered with white pile. Also, in terms of the five elements in Chinese medicine – corresponds to the element “metal”, which is traditionally associated with white color. The main idea of ​​white tea is to keep the tea leaf in the form in which it grows on a bush, while preserving the maximum of natural, natural with minimal human impact. For white tea, the youngest intact leaves are harvested. After harvesting, the leaves wither, dry naturally under the rays of the sun, alternately place it in the shade (sun-shadow fermentation). After twisting, tea is dried in ovens.

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WHITE Krasnodar tea green long leaf top grade  fermentation 12%

White tea is a type of tea that undergoes weak fermentation (oxidation). According to the classification according to the degree of fermentation, white tea is in third place after green tea, approximately 12% of fermentation. The name “white” was obtained by the appearance of a tea bud, which is densely covered with white pile. Also, in terms of the five elements in Chinese medicine – corresponds to the element “metal”, which is traditionally associated with white color. The main idea of ​​white tea is to keep the tea leaf in the form in which it grows on a bush, while preserving the maximum of natural, natural with minimal human impact. For white tea, the youngest intact leaves are harvested. After harvesting, the leaves wither, dry naturally under the rays of the sun, alternately place it in the shade (sun-shadow fermentation). After twisting, tea is dried in ovens.

Ingredients: long leafgreen teatop grade  fermentation 12%

Cooking method

One teaspoon of dry tea leaves is poured into 150-200 ml of slightly chilled boiling water (70-80 degrees) and insisted for no more than 3 minutes. This drink can be brewed repeatedly, gradually increasing the brewing time.

50g

 

Additional information

Weight 0.05 kg


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