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White teas are characterized by their delicate and fragrant aroma. Their velvety liquor is redolent of clover honey, edible flowers, nuts and freshly cut meadow grasses. With their relatively low caffeine and tannin content, western tea drinkers enjoy this infusion year-round, at any time of the day. In China, white tea is consumed in the warmer months because of its refreshing properties. According to Chinese medicine, it even has the ability to offset overheating and reduce the effects of menopause. It’s a tea to enjoy in complete tranquillity without food to get the most out of its ultra-subtle flavours and calming effects. A classic tea to discover and rediscover If any white tea is a classic, it’s Bai Hao Yin Zhen. This white tea contains a carefully harvested selection of young leaves and buds that give it subtlety, texture and beautiful floral notes. A worthy representative of the great teas of China, Bai Hao Yin Zhen catches the eye at first sight. The lively, silky liquor fills the palate with fruity and vegetal fragrances (straw and mushroom). Long and delicate, its finish is flowery (chamomile) and refreshing. Enjoy! The Camellia Sinensis Teahouse