White Tea Silver Needle Camellia sinensis var. assamica

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White Tea leaves contain tannins, fluoride, selenium, zinc, flavonols, polyphenols, beta-carotene, and vitamins C and E. It has an alkaline effect within the body. This tea also can both prevent and reduce the incidence of stomach and skin cancer, especially colon cancer, reduce cholesterol, lower blood pressure, antibacterial, antiviral and also promotes healthy and radiant skin.

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Rp‎ 120.000

Rp‎ 120.000 per kaleng

  • 30 gr

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Silver Needle White Tea from Java Qahwa Specialty Tea are selected Indonesian tea for true connoisseurs. This white tea is hand picked from the mist-shrouded mountain in West Java. Every single tea are carefully selected only from delicate buds of Camellia sinensis var. assamica and immediately steamed to prevent oxidation. This protects not only the delicate flavor of this tea, but also retains high levels of the chemicals responsible for health benefit. In the old days, as its rareness, only the Chinese Emperor and his courtiers of Tang and Song Dynasty would drink this tea.

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Liquor A very pale yellow green, sometimes with a rose cast to it.
Aroma Smelling of wet, sweet hay, with a glaze of sugar, like cotton candy. Light floral high notes of honeysuckle and jasmine.
Body Fuller relative to other white teas, but still quite thin.
Flavors Silver Needle White Tea can sometimes begin tasting only of water. But it quickly blooms in the mouth to show a light sugar sweetness, dulled with gentle vegetal flavors of steamed bok choy. Some versions also have faint “heat” notes, like toasted white bread.

Brewing method for 1 Chinese teacups (5 oz/150 ml)

To get the best flavor from Silver Needle White Tea,

  1. Rinse the teacup with hot water
  2. Put 3 grams or 1 sachet of silver needle white tea in the teapot or bowl.
  3. Rinsing the tea leaves with hot water for about 5 seconds and then discards the rinse water.
  4. Pour over freshly hot water 85 - 87oC, (water that has been left to stand for 2-3 minutes after boiling), and let steep for 4-5 minutes.
  5. Strain, then drink hot
  6. More boiling water can be added to the remaining tea leaves to make 3 more infusions.

Storage direction:
To preserve white tea freshness and flavor, store the tea at room temperature in an opaque airtight container away from light, heat, moisture, odor and air. Only open your teabags, if you can drink in the next two months.

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White Tea Silver Needle Camellia sinensis var. assamica

White Tea Silver Needle Camellia sinensis var. assamica

White Tea leaves contain tannins, fluoride, selenium, zinc, flavonols, polyphenols, beta-carotene, and vitamins C and E. It has an alkaline effect within the body. This tea also can both prevent and reduce the incidence of stomach and skin cancer, especially colon cancer, reduce cholesterol, lower blood pressure, antibacterial, antiviral and also promotes healthy and radiant skin.

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