All You Need to Know About Darjeeling White Tea
The Darjeeling hills produce a unique variety of white tea with no rival. White tea is one of the world’s most delicate and exotic tea varieties. It’s made from the same plant, Camellia sinensis, the one used for making Black tea and Green tea. However, right from picking to manufacturing, we process it differently to bring you the most refined and minimally processed tea.
Darjeeling white tea is packed with antioxidants that are exceptionally beneficial to your health. Today, we will share the characteristics and health benefits of Darjeeling white tea. In the end, we will tell you the perfect brewing method so that you can savor and share the world’s best white tea with your friends.
Characteristics of Darjeeling White Tea
Young tea buds are initially covered with fine white hairs. As tea leaves remain in the atmosphere, they become oxidized and darker.
However, white tea comes from tea leaves plucked before oxidation (exposure to oxygen) can turn them green. Our Darjeeling white tea maintains its original taste and aroma because it’s handpicked carefully and minimally processed. It’s the highest quality white tea.
It’s the lowest-caffeine, antioxidant-rich, and with floral notes. Its flavor profile is always very soft, has fragrant notes and a mildly sweetish finish, and is an absolute delight to drink & relish. You can expect some tastes and aromas from Darjeeling white tea: the mellowed fruitiness with elements of raw green peaches or mild clonal notes,
Regardless of the exact flavor, it would be a subtle taste, delicate aroma, and an overall sweet experience.
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Health Benefits of Darjeeling White Tea
White tea is rich in antioxidants and has antibacterial and anti-aging properties. It can help you prevent premature aging and boost your immune system. There has been a lot of research, and it’s been substantiated that white tea protects your skin from germs and bacteria. Hence, it’s also a key ingredient in hand soaps.
Other more extreme illnesses you can fight with the help of white tea include cancer, diabetes, and even obesity. White tea extracts have anti-mutagenic properties and reduce the growth of cancerous cells.
If you or a loved one has diabetes, you can use this tea to increase insulin secretion, decrease plasma glucose levels, and manage polydipsia that causes excessive thirst.
For the common folk, white tea is a delicacy that can help you lose weight by preventing fat cells from forming in your body.
Brewing Instructions for Darjeeling White Tea
To brew white tea, measure 2.5 grams of tea leaves per cup. Use freshly boiled water, and pour it into a teapot with the tea leaves. Brew for about 5-7 minutes. You can increase or decrease the infusion time to adjust the flavor. High temperatures will not change the inherent characteristics of white tea. Still, we recommend you brew them at relatively cooler water temperatures nearing 70 degrees celsius.
Because white tea already has subtle floral notes and delicate, it’s best to drink it unsweetened. You can add some citrus or honey to it, but for a natural taste, just have it plain. Using a tea infuser, you can re-steep the white tea leaves multiple times and get the same delicious beverage.
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