White tea has the same types of antioxidants as green just more of them.
White tea is the least processed of all the different types of camellia sinensis plant. The pale yellow liquor is a delight any time of the day. There is a much sweeter and milder taste with white tea than green tea.
Did you know that hot brewed tea has higher concentrations of polyphenols than bottled tea?
Water temperature for white teas:
White teas prefer a water temperature to be 160 degrees to 170. Let the kettle boil and rest for 5 minutes before pouring into your teapot or cup.
White tea can be re-steeped a couple of times. Just let them rest in second steep a bit longer.