WHITE PEONY TEA LOOSE LEAFWe Are Tea
DELICATE, FRUITY & FRESH!
Our White Peony loose leaf white tea, also known as Bai Mu Dan, is produced in the Fujian Province of Eastern China. White Peony is made combining Silver Needle buds with larger leaves delivering a fuller flavour than Silver Needle white teas.
Our White Peony tea is fresh, has soft fruity notes (hints of melon) and a subtle floral aroma. Full of health benefits, and with a surprising amount of caffeine, it makes for the perfect every day brew!
WHAT ARE THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF WHITE TEA?
Famed for numerous health benefits, White tea has a deliciously delicate, sweet, refreshing taste. The least processed of all teas, the hand-picked leaves are barely touched and avoid the twisting, rolling and steaming process that other tea types undergo.
Each box contains 37.5g of loose leaf white tea
HOW TO MAKE THE PERFECT WHITE TEA
Step 1: Use one teaspoon per cup.
Step 2: Use freshly drawn boiled water that has been cooled to 70-80ºC. (Using boiling water can damage the leaves).
Step 3: Avoid oversteeping, we recommend 90 seconds. Taste it and then decide if you’d like to steep a little longer. The tea leaves can be resteeped multiple times.
Keep away from moisture (until it lands in your cup!) We recommend you store your chamomile tea in an opaque, airtight container. It might look pretty in glass, but the light damages the tea leaves and subsequent taste. Nooo!
GUILT FREE SIPPING - THE ETHICAL TEA PARTNERSHIP
We’re a nation of tea monsters consuming over 165 million cuppas every year and growing. To keep up with the worlds growing love affair with tea in a socially just and environmentally sustainably way, the Ethical Tea Partnership was formed. Working with individual tea estates, we help producers & smallholder farmers raise their performance against international social & environmental standards to produce ethical tea, as well as address key issues holding back tea sustainability in the global tea producing regions. Funded by us and the other members, this training and support is free for the tea producers (yay).
Last year we were in the office discussing single use plastics and knew that we had to address this in any way we could. We coined the umbrella term guilt-free sipping to cover all our commitments to the environment going forwards. One of the biggies is removing pesky plastic from our packaging completely this year, we already have 100% biodegradable and compostable teabags and takeaway cups.