White Tea

Brewing Tips
There are few things better than a delicate, refreshing glass of white tea — but you'll see soon enough.

White tea is one of the more delicate versions out there. We begin (as usual) by bringing sixteen ounces of water to roughly 170 °F. While you wait for the water to heat, measure one tablespoon of loose tea into a teapot, tea bag, or infuser, and set it aside (or in your mug). Once the water has heated, pour it over your tea and allow the leaves to steep for between 2.5-3.5 minutes, adjusting to taste. 

Once your tea is finished, discard the used leaves, add any sweeteners you'd like, and enjoy!

To Brew White Tea, steep 1 1/2 teaspoons of tea leaves in 8 oz of hot water for 2-3 minutes.