White Tea: Jacksons White Silvertip Tea

In Jacksons of Piccadilly by teadog.com2 Comments

Fans of tea are discovering white tea. Jacksons of Piccadilly offers a Chinese White tea.

Grown in the Fujian Province on the south east coast of China, regarded as the authentic origin of white tea, only the unopened bud and top leaves of the “Big White” Camellia Sinensis plant are hand picked in the spring, requiring the finest of plucking skills.

The highly discernible white tip content, combined with the minimal processing of tea, yields a pale, creamy, golden liquor with a tinge of rosiness and a most delicate, clean tasting tea which is subtle and sweet peachy in character.

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  1. I can’t believe I have not yet discovered this brand! Thanks for telling about it ^^ It looks really fancy, I like that

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