Our Organic Silver Needle White Tea is a single-bud tea harvested only a few days each spring and is the highest grade of white teas and one of the rarest teas in the world. Silver Needle has a clear nectar-like infusion, with a sweet, mellow finish and contains the highest level of antioxidants of any teas.
Ingredients: organic white tea
Tasting Notes: Nectar-like infusion, sweet, mellow finish
Brewing Tips: Use 1 tsp. of tea every 6 oz. of boiling water (190 degrees). Steep for 2-3 minutes. Do not over brew to avoid bitterness.
Origin: Yunnan Province, China
- White tea contains caffeine that occurs naturally in the tea plant
- Our bulk loose leaf tea packages weigh 1 LB (16 oz.) & contain approximately 200 servings of tea
- Foil lined resealable pouch keeps the tea fresh
- USDA Organic & OU Kosher
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Very high quality and quick ship and receive time. Keep up the great work!
Smells more grassy than tea but the grass flavor isn't strong and you taste more of floral. I enjoy it with honey that has strong floral notes of its own
I’ve been a customer of heavenly tea for over three years I wouldn’t go anywhere else the service there is fantastic the quality of the tea is wonderful!!
Thank you Brian!!! We really appreciate the kind words
The review title really says it all. I love this tea so much. It's smooth, slightly sweet, and very nuanced in terms of flavor. It's just one of those teas that gives me a special calming feeling I can't fully put into words.
I purchased a small quantity considering it was my first time buying Silver Needle tea from this company.
Unfortunately, it was not fresh but dry. I have purchased this tea for years and I'm not sure how its stored but a good grade of tea would look shiny and silver and soft to the touch, thus the name.
It should be brown which indicate the tea is either old or not contained to prevent dryness.
I hope this helps!
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