Kenyan Silver Needle Tea
$11.00 Regular Price
Half pint, glass jar. Can be steeped more than once. This variety of white tea is often referred to as a Silver Needle tea due to way the tiny hair on each bud shimmer in the sunlight. This is another rare find in the East African region, as most of the tea they produce is either black or green. Most of the tea-bud-tea comes from either China or India, and are only produced at first flush (in spring time). This is by far one of the highest regarded and most sought after premium teas on the market. *Tasting notes: floral, light and sweet. Water should be 180-190 degrees and the steeping time should not exceed 3 minutes, due to the delicate nature of this tea.