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Certified Organic Loose Leaf White Tea

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3.5 oz (100 grams) Pkg

  • All the way from China to your cup



  • Certified organic loose leaf white tea



  • Traditionally known as the "Scholar's Tea"


Derived from the same Camellia sinensis plant as its more familiar green tea cousin, white tea is the least processed form of tea, made from hand-picked buds and select leaves that are quickly dried to minimize oxidation. This yields a product with higher antioxidant polyphenol concentrations and less caffeine than other forms of tea, with a complex yet subtle, slightly sweet flavor.

Need the right supplies to brew that perfect cup? Check out our selection of infusers, tea balls and loose leaf tea mugs.

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Product Description:

Certified Organic Loose Leaf White Tea

"Pleasant, delicate flavor. Perfect if you like tea "straight," without sweeteners or dairy, as I do. I prefer loose tea like this--it just seems fresher." ~ product review by laughingwater

  • All the way from China to your cup



  • Certified organic loose leaf white tea



  • Traditionally known as the "Scholar's Tea"


Derived from the same Camellia sinensis plant as its more familiar green tea cousin, white tea is the least processed form of tea, made from hand-picked buds and select leaves that are quickly dried to minimize oxidation. This yields a product with higher antioxidant polyphenol concentrations and less caffeine than other forms of tea, with a complex yet subtle, slightly sweet flavor.

Need the right supplies to brew that perfect cup? Check out our selection of infusers, tea balls and loose leaf tea mugs.

Product Label:

Certified Organic Loose Leaf White Tea

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 2 Tablespoons (2 grams)

Servings Per Container 50

Amount Per Serving % Daily Value*
Calories 0  
Total Fat  0 grams 0%
Sodium  0 mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate 0 grams 0%
Not a significant source of calories from fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, dietary fiber, sugar, protein, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and iron.    

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

  Calories 2,000 2,500
Total Fat Less than 65 grams 80 grams
Saturated Fat Less than 20 grams 25 grams
Cholesterol Less than 300 mg 300 mg
Sodium Less than 2,400 mg 2,400 mg
Total Carbohydrate   300 grams 375 grams
Dietary Fiber   25 grams 30 grams

Calories per gram:

  • Fat 9
  • Carbohydrate 4
  • Protein 4

Ingredients: Certified organic white tea (Camellia sinensis) (leaf).

Suggested use: For hot tea, place 2 tablespoons (2 grams) of tea in a tea ball or other diffuser. Place diffuser in a cup and add water just under the boiling point. Steep for three minutes. Strain and allow to cool. Drink slightly warm or at room temperature. For larger amount, add 2 tablespoons (2 grams) for each cup of water (200 ml) in your favorite teapot and brew for three minutes. Drink two to three cups per day.

To make iced tea, place 1/2 cup (10 grams) of tea in a tea ball or other diffuser. Fill a one-quart container with two cups of boiling water and steep for three minutes. Strain and add two cups of cold water to the container and serve over ice.

Product of Bulgaria

Certified Organic by Balkan Biocert, Plovdiv, Bulgaria 4018.

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Customer Ratings & Reviews

Certified Organic Loose Leaf White Tea 4 5 4 4
Lucky to have found this tea This tea tastes delicious, almost naturally sweat and thick. I really love the taste which is quite different from any organic or regular white teas you buy in supermarkets. It also tastes a lot(!!) better than the green tea offered in a similar package. I like the fact that it is loose and you don't have to steap the paper bags (which are usually made of chlorine-bleached recycled paper(!). The only minor drawback is that it contains not only leaves but also small twigs which do not affect the taste. It's OK with me, but some people may object. September 2, 2014
Pleasant, delicate flavor Pleasant, delicate flavor. Perfect if you like tea "straight," without sweeteners or dairy, as I do. I prefer loose tea like this--it just seems fresher. I store the tea in a tea tin, to keep it fresh. To prepare it, you want to let the boiling water cool a minute or two. I'm often too impatient to wait, so I pour the water in a slow steam about 2 feet above the tea leaves in my teapot, figuring exposure to the air will cool the water a bit. That seems to work for me. I use 1 heaping teaspoon for my 32 oz teapot (my teapot comes with a strainer). When I'm down to the last 2 cups, I find the tea to be a little two strong for me, so I dilute it with boiling water. Those last cups taste as good as the first cups. August 10, 2014
delightful, subtle flavor I was favorably impressed with this tea for its delicate, subtle flavor. It compared well to more expensive white teas I've had, and white tea is packed with antioxidants. Try rinsing your face with the last few tablespoons in your cup -- so refreshing and good for skin. March 30, 2014
chopped dry tea leaves? This is definitely a low-quality white tea. It's essentially a bunch of coarsely chopped, dried and crispy whole tea leaves. There are very few buds, which typically are the only part of the tea plant found in loose leaf white tea products, and this mixture included mature leaves and stems. The flavor is somewhat pungent. That being said, it's obviously the tea plant used, it produces the same nice feelings as higher-quality white tea, and you can't beat the price! January 30, 2014
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