Delicate white tea is the least processed of all the tea types. Just plucked and dried, it’s as close to the living tea bush as you can get. So why is it called white tea? Because of the fine silvery hairs covering the camellia sinensis buds. With its gentle flavour and sweetness, it’s one of the rarest teas in the world.

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  • Vanilla Bergamot

    An elegant white tea laced with vanilla, bergamot, white chocolate and rose petals.

  • Buddha's Blend

    A zen melange of jasmine pearls, hibiscus blossoms and white and green tea.

  • Cherry Blossom

    If you've been to Japan in the spring, then you know about the cherry blossoms. This...

  • Ginger Pear

    An irresistibly comforting blend of sweet pear and warming ginger.

  • Mango Madness

    A super-fruity blend of white tea, mango, orange and pineapple.

  • Sweet Lime

    A sweet, citrusy blend of white tea, green tea, lime and mango

  • Bai Hao Yin Zhen

    China’s most famous white tea, this is created using only the silvery, hand-picked buds.

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