1. Chinese White Tea
    Chinese White Tea
    Tea processing :Withered -Air dried or baked Re-fired(with more fine hairs/flosses) White tea comes from the delicate buds and younger leaves of the Chinese Camellia sinensis plant. These buds and leaves are allowed to wither in natural sunlight (also known as wilting) before they are lightly processed to prevent oxidation or further fermentation.
Bai Hao Yin Zhen
The name Baihaoyinzhen means ‘white fur, silver needle’. It vividly encapsulates the appearance of the tea. The tea leaves are thin like a needle with a layer of white coat on them. There is a special silver sheen to the leaves, thus ‘silver needle’. Each tea leaf is about 3 cm long. When brewed, the leaves all stand up vertically like hundreds of needles, constructing a unique visual experience. There is also a layer of fine white coat floating on top of the cup, almost like fog.
Fuding is famous for tea with a thick layer of white coat, which tastes young and refreshing. Zhenghe on the other hand produces tea with a thinner layer of white coat, which tastes warm, smooth and very fragrant.The harvesting of Baihaoyinzhen is a painstaking process. Tea cannot be picked on rainy days or early morning when there is still dew on the leaves; leaves which have experienced any kind of damage are discarded. Only the finest, healthiest tea buds are picked.
Silver Needle White teas happen to be made up of very young flower buds along with fresh tea leaves, each of which have already been identified for containing greater levels of caffeine as compared to more aged leaves like those present in green teas.
It is the finest quality teas of all the teas.It is actually only harvested somewhere between March 15 and also April 10 but only when it’s not raining, and additionally only the particular un-damaged, un-opened flower buds are utilized.
How to Use White Tea for Health
1, White tea has some of the same health benefits as coffee or sodas, but it does not pose the same staining threat to your teeth.
2,Keep your bacteria levels down.
3,Take your antioxidants and leave your tannins and grass
4,Lower your risk of stomach and colon cancer
5,Reduce your caffeine intake
Recent clinical studies have shown that drinking white tea increases your metabolism and keeps fat cells from easily replicating. It also has shown promise as a cancer preventative due to it's antioxidant properties.
Even if you don't change your diet, drinking 4 cups of white tea a day can lead to a weight loss of 4-8 lbs per year.

For first time Silver Needle White Teas drinkers and even those more seasoned drinkers, find that it is a wonderful and  likable tea. It is much more mellow on the taste buds and also the stomach than its cousin the green tea family and even if brewed with high temperature boiling water  the taste will not be bitter. You will find it a very agreeable drink and very simple to make when you have the right tools.
produced in two towns in Fujian Province: Fuding and Zhenghe. They pioneered the production of Baihaoyinzhen in the mid 19th century and have remained the sole producers of this special tea.
New craft white tea are only available from Fuding county. The best suitable material for Fujian New white tea is the fresh tea leaves &buds plucked from tea plant variety of " DaBaiCha" and DaHaoCha". New craft white tea doesn't request tender tea leaves like white peony tea or longevity eyebrow.
New craft white tea is in curly, bar apperance. The color of the tea leave is dark green, landed with some brownness. It offer faint scent but strong flavor.
The soup looks like orange,tastes like green but no scent.Like black tea but unleavened.Tastes fresh and mellow fragrance.The tea soup is in orange red color and tasted stronger than longevity eyebrow. 
White tea has a function of curing measles.The traditional Chinese medicine also proves that white tea possess functions of dispelling heat and poisons and therapeutic effects with its cool character. New craft white tea is found has great anti-cancer efficiency. 
New Craft White Tea
New craft white tea is a white tea made by new producing craft.The processing of  new white tea include three steps: withering, slightly rolling, and drying. The withered fresh tea leaves shall be slightly twisted  immediately then dired.
Bai Mu Dan 
White peony tea, one variety of the white teas, is one of the top ten most well-known teas of China. Fuding County of Fujian Province is the hometown of white peony tea. The tea leaves, with white downy hair, look like white peony flowers. The tea has two leaves, with a bud in the middle. They are tender, bulging like waves, and white downy hairs are covered all over the back. After being infused, the green leaves set off the tender buds, which looks like the blooming of the peony, graceful and elegant. The liquor is clear and takes on apricot-yellow color, and the taste is mellow and fresh.

White Peony, known locally as Bai Mu Tan, is a delicate tea made from tea buds collected and withered prior to opening. The latest medical findings suggest that white tea may be a more effective cancer fighter than even green tea. These findings have brought white teas to a much wider audience. If you are beginning your exploration of white tea, our 'White A' Cappella' tea will serve a wonderful introduction.
research reveals that white tea has 10 times more antioxidants than vitamin E
White Peony tea health benefits are similar to those of other white teas. White tea contains more polyphenols than green or black tea, which gives it more antioxidant power. The benefits of white tea haven't been as well studied as those of green tea, but, according to some research, white tea has more anti-bacterial and anti-viral benefits than other tea types.
White tea is also a better source of theanine than black or green tea.
How to Brew White Tea for Health

•Start with a well rinsed kettle (glass kettles for best results) and natural spring water, or well filtered water (non distilled). Avoid using regular tap water since the impurities will result in an altered tasting brew. And depending where you reside, these chemicals can be greater in numbers.
•Let boil for two or three minutes and then settle for about a minute. Avoid pouring boiling water on the delicate white tea leaves for it will burn them and kill the taste.
•Make sure your infuser is large enough for the leaves to fully open and steep. Add a little more leaves as well (about 2 teaspoons per cup) since white tea is lighter in taste.
•Let steep for the instructed time your white tea came with. If you do not have steeping directions, a good indicator is as follows:   brew White Peony tea and other varieties; 4 to 6 minutes should do the trick depending on desired strength, but no longer than that. Remember that over-steeping tea can result in a bitter cup!
•Do Not add milk! White tea is meant to be enjoyed straight up. That is what it's known for...a natural and delicate taste. Adding milk is unheard of and will surely ruin the experience. Honey is fine if you want to sweeten it up a bit.
•Also avoid using artificial sweeteners when you brew white tea for this too will alter the taste.
contains more polyphenols than green or black tea, which gives it more antioxidant power
Producing Areas of Chinese White Tea
Fuding White Tea (福鼎白茶) was originally produced on Taimu Mountain, Ningde. Fuding (福鼎), Zhenghe (政和), Jianyang (建阳) and Songxi (松溪) in Fujian are the main growing and producing regions of white tea in China.