In our Chamomile Rose Silver Needle White Tea, you can enjoy abundant health benefits along with the sweet scent of rose. This combination will provide a luxuriant experience for both your sense of smell and wellbeing in your spare moments of the day.
This elegant white WellTea features a combination of white chamomile tea leaves harvested from the renowned Funding region and rose petals from France. When brewed this tea creates a brisk, tasty, and refreshing cup, both rich in floral aroma and with a delightfully sweet aftertaste. While delicious all year round, this tea is particularly refreshing when you want to cool down on a hot summery afternoon.
Chamomile is a popular type of tea, both in China and globally, because of its perceived health benefits. Some of the believed improvements gained from drinking chamomile infused WellTea include slowing of the aging process, antioxidation, and the clearing up of free radicals. For this reason, drinking Chamomile Rose Silver Needle White Tea can help to make you feel refreshed and clearer minded, as well as relaxed.
The needle white tea leaves in Chamomile Rose Silver Needle White Tea are harvested in the tea plantations of Fuding in the province of Fujian. While these tea trees originate in the Yunnan province, they are now grown in Fuding due to its tropical, mountainous climate, which offers the perfect growing conditions for chamomile tea.
THE WATER TEMPERATURE
- The golden rule about water temperature is never use boiling water on the tea, whatever kind of tea you are making.
- Green Teas require water at 70°C and black teas require water at 85-90°C.
- These days you can get kettles which enable you to choose your water temperature.
THE AMOUNT OF TEA
- Custom dictates that 4 grams are sufficient for one cup. But the amount is partly a matter of preference.
- In the case of Assam tea, which is naturally very robust, you might want to reduce the strength and brew 3 grams instead of 4.
THE BREWING TIME
- This is a very important step in the art of tea-making. In fact, the brewing time varies depending on the type of tea. An over-brewed black tea will develop a bitter taste whilst an under-brewed white tea will be flat and insipid.
- Black teas are normally brewed for 2-3 minutes, green teas for 3 – 4 minutes. It is a good idea to check the brewing time before making the tea because some teas need to be infused for very specific times: for example, Jade Pearl is left to infuse for 7 – 20 minutes, whilst Oolong tea will need 5 – 7 minutes for its bouquet to develop fully.
- Brewing is normally done with a lid on, so that the tea retains all its aromas.