White tea – or white teas as gracious adomas of spring. White teas, sometimes called virgin teas, of predominantly Chinese origin, are taken in the spring. They are made from the very first shoots of a given year, which are started to grow with tiny white flakes, which protect against the whims of spring. These flakes were named tea, hence the name white tea. The world of white teas is one of the most peaceful and harmonious adverbs about tea plants and the hands of tea makers. The work of harvesting white teas is extremely meticulous and can be taken relatively shortly each year. It is interesting that it is one of the most natural tea – in the sense that it has the least amount of human intervention to this day. A delicious and fragrant tea that is well-liked in summer (also) as a refreshing tea or evening relaxation – thanks to its low caffeine content.