There is currently no internationally recognized definition of white tea. According to one source, “white tea is the tea produced in a brief process (by drying only without fermentation or other processes).” According to another source, “white tea is produced from buds and shrimp leaves that are evaporated and burned to inactivate polyphenol oxidase.” White tea was initially cultivated in China, especially in Fujian Province, but most recently it is grown in eastern Nepal, Taiwan, northern Thailand, Gaul (South Sri Lanka) and India.
This tea is made from the buds and leaves of a plant called Camellia sinensis. The leaves and shrubs of the leaves are faded and dried in the heat of the sun. The name “white tea” is originally derived from the silvery-white fibers on the underside of the Camellia sinensis tree, which gives the tree a white-colored appearance. This tea is basically white in the name. Its color is not actually white. It is not colorless. The color of the drink or juice available from the Camellia sinensis plant is mainly in pale yellow, its taste is light and it is free.
Tea leaves are completely lifted from the tree to match the eyes. Each one comes to the touch of the hands of the mammalian, and the soft-bonded places are found in the factory. Then after processing, a healthy ‘white-tea’ is made. It is very different from our usual norm tea, ‘black-tea’ or ‘tea-green’ tea. Both the Black-T and the Green-T are somewhat black in color. And the leaves of White-T have a bit of white color.
Haq Ibadul, an experienced T-planter, and senior manager of the Baramassi Tea Garden said that making this tea requires a pod of tea tree. That is, the bud has not yet exploded. This special tea is made after processing the closed buds from one of the tea plants. The white tea is made with these closed buds.
Regarding the color of the tea, he said that the color of the tea is yellow or yellow like brass. Its main color is between green and yellow. The reason I call it white is that it has white hair. Some call it ‘silver nidal white tea’ or white tea like silver needles.
Referring to the method of leaf selection, Haq Ibadul said that lifting the tea leaves is difficult quality control. The leaves cannot contain any water. You have to finish the selection of leaves between 5 am and 5 am. September-October and February-March are the time of leaf removal.
Benefits of white tea
About the Benefits The T-planter says, This tea is extremely beneficial to the human body. It contains a large number of anti-oxidants which helps in youthfulness and relieves fatigue. Another special quality is that this tea lowers fat or fat. However, it is extremely expensive. It is market value is Tk 5,000 per kg.
How to make white tea
Regarding the method of making ‘white-tea’, this tea researcher adds that one cup of water should be heated in a kettle. As the first bubbles rise in hot water, the water has to be poured into a cup. Then it should be left with 2 teaspoon grams or one tablespoon amount of white tea for five minutes. After five minutes, the white-tea will be ready for the scalp. Green tea has four times the beneficial ‘anti-oxidants’ in the human body than ordinary tea or ‘black tea’. And Tea expert Haq Ibadul said that White Tea is three times more