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  • Pai Mu Tan Peony (China White Tea) Pai Mu Tan Peony (China White Tea) $0.45
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    White tea takes it’s name from the white peony flower, whose soft, petals are the perfect embodiment of the tea’s subtle aroma. Its delicately feminine floral notes leave a lingering touch of sweet perfume on your tongue, long after you’ve emptied your cup. Steeped Pai Mu Tan Peony tea leaves produce a very pale, almost colorless liquid. It also contains the lowest amount of caffeine and the highest amount of antioxidants of any other tea!

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  • Silver Needle (China White Tea) Silver Needle (China White Tea) $0.67
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    For the aristocratic side of you, this tea is the culmination of elegance. For centuries, white teas were the privilege of Chinese elite, who treasured them for their lovely aroma and delicate sweetness. The harvest season for this Silver Needle white tea is incredibly brief: only a handful of days, which makes this a special rare tea. Particularly large and succulent buds offer a fragrant infusion with a velvety soft and delicate flavour paired with with a pale ivory-colour. Not only will this Silver Needle tea intrigue and surprise you at every stage of the experience, it will also increase your health and vitality with its plentiful antioxidants. Soft, floral and slightly sweet, this tea is an enchanting experience perfectly handcrafted for your sophisticated moments.

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  • White Monkey (China White Tea) White Monkey (China White Tea) $0.58
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    Remember the breathtaking stories and happy journeys you had with every book you read back in your childhood? Then you’ll be glad to discover the story of this White Monkey tea. This fantastic tea originates from the Fujian Province of China where monumental altitudes give the teas a slower growing season to allow the full complexity of flavor to be achieved. It is said that due to the high altitudes where this tea grows, long time ago its leaves were picked by monkeys specially trained for this purpose. Nowadays it is picked by human hands in a period of only a few days per year, making it an exclusive rare tea.

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