White Tea

White teas undergo the least processing of any of type of tea. White tea is plucked by hand within two days between the time the first buds become fully mature and the time in which the leaf unfurls. The leaves are then allowed to wither, allowing the natural moisture to evporate before being dried. The absence of fermentation, withering, rolling, and oxidation of the leaves allow white tea to contain great concentrations of polyphenols, a possible anti-cancer agent.

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