“Highland Wild White Tea” is a rare and exquisite white tea harvested from an untamed high-altitude region in central Taiwan. Nestled amidst a pristine wilderness, this tea is a true reflection of nature’s artistry. The leaves are plucked from wild tea bushes that have flourished in rugged terrain, untouched by human interference. Grown at altitudes where the air is crisp and pure, the tea bushes develop a unique character influenced by cool mountain breezes and abundant sunlight.
At first sip, the initial impression is one of hazelnut with a soft and slightly sweet undertone. As the tea cools, the cocoa notes begin to emerge. The cocoa is not overpowering, but it adds a deep richness to the tea. The interplay between these flavors creates a harmonious balance that is both soothing and indulgent. With each sip, you’ll be transported to serene mountaintops, where the pure air and lush landscapes converge to create a truly exceptional tea experience.
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*Grown without synthetic chemical substances and without genetically engineered seeds. Certified and compliant with Taiwan certified agricultural standards for biological farming.
Learn about tea, white tea, and the different tea types.
“Research shows it may be the most effective tea in fighting various forms of cancer thanks to its high level of antioxidants. White tea may also be good for your teeth since it contains a high source of fluoride, catechins and tannins that can strengthen teeth, fight plaque, and make it more resistant to acid and sugar.” Penn Medicine—The Hidden Health Benefits of Tea
“Tea is the most popular beverage in the world after water … The flavor of tea varies by where the tea leaves are harvested and how they are grown and processed. Black tea is the most popular worldwide, followed by green, oolong, and white tea.” Harvard School of Public Health—The Nutrition Source—Tea
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Caffeine Level: Low
HOW TO PREPARE
|Tea Amount||Water||Temperature||Steeping Time|
|≈ 3 tbsp||8 FL OZ||170°F||2 to 3 minutes|
You can re-brew the same leaves. If you re-brew, then increase brewing time.
Put loose-leaf tea in a pitcher with cold water and infuse in refrigerator overnight for several hours.