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Nepal Hills Tea Himalayan White Loose Leaf Tea $16.00 $19.99
Product Weight: 100 Grams Producer: Norling Specialty TeaGrade: SFTGFOPProduction Type: Artisanal/Small BatchCultivar: Gumti, Takda 78Elevation: 5135 FTType: White Loose LeafAppearance: Crumpled budsTea Leaves Color: Light GreenTaste: Light Earthy, Highly Floral Key Features of Himalayan Loose Leaf White Tea Unique combination of Sweet and Light flavors.  Harvested during the second flush  Fresh, Handpicked and Direct: We bring you the best of nature's bounty. Organic: Pure and untainted, just the way it should be. 100% Natural Ingredients: No additives, no compromise. Free Shipping Over $50 in Canada: Enjoy convenience and savings. Free Returns: We stand by our product, guaranteed Brewing guide for Himalayan White Loose Leaf Tea Pour 8 fl. oz. of water. Add 2 grams of tea. Heat water to 80°C. [176°F] Steep for 3.5 minutes. Himalayan White Loose Leaf Tea tea is meticulously hand-picked at dawn to preserve its delicate nature, capturing the very spirit of the Himalayas. The leaves are slightly withered under the Himalayan sun, and carefully dried to lock in their natural freshness, floral notes, and a sweet, velvety texture. Harvested in the Second Flush of 2022 and produced in small batches by Norling Speciality Tea, each crumpled bud is low in caffeine and high in antioxidants- an ideal choice for the health conscious ones. Himalayan White Loose Leaf Tea tea offers an unparalleled sensory experience. And upon pouring, you'll notice that the clear, light infusion, mirrors the pure snowy peaks where it is harvested. But the beautiful dance of ripe fruits and wildflowers on your palate is what makes this tea truly shine. The pleasant, lasting aftertaste is almost addicting. And with the prestigious Excelsior grade, this tea embodies the unmatched quality that sets it apart. Unlike black tea and green tea , white tea has minimum caffeine content because it does not go through a process to oxidize tea. 

Loose Leaf White Tea collection at Nepal Hills Tea takes you on a journey to the serene tea gardens of Nepal. Our selection is crafted for those who appreciate the fine nuances of nature's artistry, embodied in the tender leaves of tea. Each sip promises not just a delightful taste but an eco-conscious indulgence suitable for any moment of your day.

Himalayan White Loose Leaf Tea

The perfect blend of sophistication and subtlety will remind you of the grandeur of the Himalayas.

Brew Your Cup of White Tea

Brew a delicious and aromatic cup of white tea, and relish in its gentle and nuanced flavors:

Boil Water: Start by bringing fresh, cold water to a gentle boil. For optimal results, use water heated to about 175-185°F (80-85°C).

Preheat Teapot or Teacup: Pour a small amount of hot water into your teapot or teacup to preheat it. Discard the water after a few seconds.

Measure Tea Leaves: Employ a teaspoon to measure your desired quantity of white tea leaves. Typically, 1 teaspoon per 8 ounces (240 milliliters) of water is a good guideline. Adjust according to your taste preference.

Add Tea Leaves: Place the measured white tea leaves into your teapot, tea infuser, or directly into your teacup.

Pour Hot Water: Gently pour the hot water over the white tea leaves, ensuring they are fully submerged. Employ the appropriate water quantity based on the number of cups you intend to brew.

Steep Mindfully: Allow the tea to steep for approximately 2 to 5 minutes. Be attentive to the steeping time to achieve the desired flavor without bitterness.

Savor the Moment: Your White Loose Leaf Tea is now ready for your enjoyment. Experience the tranquility of the Himalayas in every sip.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is White Tea?

White tea is made from the Camellia sinensis plant. But it undergoes minimal processing, unlike green tea and black tea, which results in a delicate and mild flavor profile.

Does White Tea Have Caffeine?

Yes, white tea is caffeinated, although it typically has lower caffeine content compared to black tea or coffee.

How Many Calories are in White Tea?

An 8-ounce cup of plain white tea is low in calories, containing just about 2 to 5 calories. However, if you add sweeteners or milk, the calorie count can increase.

Where is White Tea Sourced From?

Our white tea is sourced directly from the foothills of Himalaya of Nepal. Precisely from the tea garden of Ilam. Ilam is quite near to Darjeeling.

Is White Tea Good for You?

Absolutely! White tea is rich in antioxidants- it's a fantastic pick for those in search of a healthy tea option. Just make sure that you enjoy it in moderation to reap its full benefits.