Venerable – the ancient Chinese considered this precious tea to have life-prolonging and rejuvenating effects.
Precious – only fresh, hand-picked tea leaves are used for white tea. They are dried in the open air, without fermentation or the addition of chemicals.
Energy booster – thanks to white tea, all i need energy gives you a natural caffeine boooost (don’t forget the 4 o’s).
- Our white tea comes from the same Chinese smallholder as our green tea, namely the one in Qingzhushan.
- As we dry the untreated, freshly picked tea leaves in the open air, we gain the purest form of caffeine, without any chemical additives.
- This type of tea was given its name because of the silky fuzz that covers the tea’s buds and young leaves.
Fluctuating caffeine content as
a sign of pure nature!
Of course, some people might wonder how we can be proud of a fluctuating caffeine content. Here’s why: it clearly and honestly shows that we only rely on nature. The respective harvest leads to a varying caffeine content in the tea leaves. And since we use them without treating them, also the caffeine content in all i need. White Tea varies. And we don’t compensate that with synthetic caffeine, why should we?