White Tea

White Tea

Exquisite and rare tea speciality.

White tea is predominantly grown in the high mountain regions of Fujian in southern China and is one of the most exquisite and rare tea varieties in the world. It owes its name tp the silvery-white down of the precious tea bud. Only the finest leaves are used for this tea speciality to ensure its mild and pleasant taste.

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  •  Ingredients
  •  Nutritional information
  •  Preparation
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Ingredients

White tea

Content

20 tea bags à 1,25g

 

Nutritional table

100 ml tea* contain in average: 

Energy value
3kJ (1kcal)
Protein
0,2g
Total carbohydrate
<0,1g
of which sugar
<0,1g
Fat
<0,1g
of which saturated fat
<0,1g
Salt
0,01g

*based on an infusion brewed with 200 ml water. 

Every cup prepared with 200 ml of water contains:

Energy Value 4kcal 0 %
Fat <0,1g 0 %
Saturated Fat <0,1g 0 %
Sugar <0,4 0 %
Salt 0,01g 0 %

% of daily values are based on a 2,000-calorie diet.

Preparation

Pour fresh, boiling water over the tea bag and steep for2-3 minutes. We recommend using 1 tea bag per cup. Sweeten to your taste.

Infusion

100°C

Brewing time

2-3 MIN

Details

Product name
White tea.
Best before in days
1095
Storage advice
Store in a cool, dry place. 
Manufacturer's data
TEEKANNE