Anthropologists speculate that white tea would have been the first form of cultivated tea discovered. Primarily grown in Fujian Province, Aged White Tea has over 1000 years of history of medicinal use in China. Aged White Tea is withered 2-3 days, piled for 2-3 hours and then aged in curing facilities for approximately 3 years. Considered a healthy tonic, Aged White Tea is a perfect anytime drink that your body will love.
Traits: full rounded body, subtle fresh, fruity, floral aroma, slight earthy undertone, and clear bright apricot color.
16 Naturally Caffeinated Whole Leaf Tea Bags
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