Category Archives: White Teas

Doke Silver Needle White Tea

Doke Silver Needle is a tea hand-crafted from tea buds harvested at first flush (or the first plucking season of the year). This tea derives its name from the fine silvery, thread-like protrusions from the bud that are whitish in color.

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White Tea History – Background Info

The new 2017 white teas are soon going to be in stock soon so we here at JAS-eTea.com thought a revisit to the history of white teas would be nice. Like all true teas, they are made from the basic tea plant (scientifically known as Camellia sinensis) or one of its varietals, cultivars, or clonals. The […]

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Icing Some of Your Favorite Green and White Teas (an Infographic)

Every year, tea devotees anxiously await the newest white and green teas. When those teas arrive, they are usually infused hot. But lately the devotees are resorted to icing those teas – often with rather mixed results. As ones who … Continue reading

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