White Tea Pai Mu Tan, Green Tea China Chun Mee, lemongrass, lemon peels, orange peels, licorice root, natural flavouring, papaya, ginger (ginger, raw cane sugar), cranberry, pomegranate.
|Dimensions:||80 × 45 × 200 mm|
12 – 15 g/l
100ml of brewed infusion typically gives you:
Eggs and egg products: No
There are a number of factors that directly affect the taste of your tea. Differences in temperature and steeping time, for example, will cause certain aromas to intensify. So, be sure to take the brewing instructions on your favourite loose leaf teas to heart to ensure proper extraction of the right flavors. Very important!
White teas tend to be very gentle, so if served with too rich and savoury food they are likely to get overshadowed, leaving them rather tasteless. But their subtle aromas have yet so much to offer! So, best pair a white tea with very light foods such as white fish, mild cheeses and desserts.