Pouchong derived from “Bai Zhong” literally meaning “wrapped”. refers to a practice of wrapping the leaves in paper during the drying process in olden times. Usually not roasted and very little, as low as 10 % oxidation, twisted leaf style large, wavy, dark-green leaves. Pouchong is incredibly light and refreshing. precociously sweet taste. it gives four to five good steeps without the weakening of the taste or palate.
The tea and leaf, as the name suggest’s look white and are probably the most prestigious and romantic of all types of teas. This delicate tea is perfect for small celebrations or as personal pick-me-up.
Fruits, herbs, and edible plants infused in boiled water make many lovely beverages called “Tisanes" (in French). Also known as herbals, these contain no tea and no caffeine and are meant to boost overall wellness.
A powdered green tea that is bursting with flavors and antioxidants, Matcha tea is the gold standard of wellness teas. Prepared using a whisk to froth the tea in warm water, having Matcha is a ceremony in itself.