Snowbuds

 

  • TIPPY TOP TEA

    A treasure of a tea. For more than 100 years this tea has been produced in the southeast of the high China mountains. Its name derives from the downy appearance of the “two leaves and a bud” A subtle, gentle white tea to be savoured.

    BREW

    Brewing the best cup. One teaspoon per cup. Boiling water is too fierce for white teas. So, for just-off the boil water, simply boil the kettle, let it sit for three to four minutes, then brew your tea, 2-3 minutes. This will re-infuse well two or three timse

    Mix & Match Any Tea Discount
    Any 3 x Tea Pouches = £11
  • These leaves are not fermented or processed but, rather, left to dry naturally in the sun. The high proportion of buds, with their silver fuzz, result in a white/light coloured tea. Brew very lightly for a smooth, fresh taste, longer brew for a sharper flavour.

  • China White Tea

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