White tea

Subtle & Refined

clipper white tea

White tea has a very refined, subtle, but deliciously rounded flavour. It is traditionally from China, as symbolised by the lovely dragon on our packs. Young leaf buds are gently oxidised to create a clean and healthy cup that’s a powerful source of natural antioxidants. Our range of white teas are all organic, and feature a range of fruity flavours such as juicy raspberry, zesty orange, and smooth vanilla.

Organic white tea
Organic White Tea
A light, delicious and highly refreshing organic tea made from the buds and young leaves of the tea bush. Sourced from China, the traditional home of white tea.
Organice white tea with orange
Organic White Tea with Orange
A light, delicate & refreshing tea made from the buds and young leaves of the tea bush superbly combined with the crisp zesty taste of orange.
Organic white tea with peppermint
Organic White Tea with Peppermint
Our light and delicate white tea has been enhanced and infused with natural peppermint to make a light, delicate and invigorating cup.
Organic white tea with raspberry
Organic White Tea with Raspberry
A light, delicate and refreshing tea deliciously combined with a fruity raspberry taste.
Organic white tea with vanilla
Organic White Tea with Vanilla
A light, delicate & refreshing tea made from the buds and young leaves of the tea bush superbly combined with the smooth creamy taste of vanilla.

What is white tea

What is White Tea?

If you’ve never heard of white tea, it’s worth getting to know. This tea is made from the same plant as black tea but only the youngest leaves are used. After a little gentle processing, the resulting tea is traditionally famed for its health benefits.

What does white tea lokk like?

What does White Tea taste like?

White tea has a subtle, rounded flavour that some people like to pair with lemon or honey. It’s made using the youngest, freshest leaves which are ever so gently oxidised for a delicious and healthy cup of tea.

Where does white tea come from

Where does White Tea come from?

The short answer is South East China. The longer answer is that Clipper white tea is from the youngest, freshest leaves of the Camellia Sinensis plant, organically grown in the high elevation tea gardens in the Fujian Province… in South East China.

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