Don’t let the name fool you! Light as it may be in both taste and colour, this concoction is still a green tea. The young leaves come with downy hair that gives them their distinctive look. The brew is pale green, with a comforting scent, and a delicate aroma.
White Monkey tastes familiar and welcoming, as you’d expect from a green tea, but it’s also lighter and more delicate than most. With flavours so subtle, you’d be forgiven for thinking it’s white tea. A well-balanced drink, it’s not too sweet, not too bitter, and not too grassy.
At dinnertime, it’s ideal as a palate cleanser, and just what you need to help whet your appetite between courses. When you’re having your siesta, it’s there to help steady your mind and help you gather your thoughts. When you’re having a tête-à-tête with a dear friend, it’s there to help you find common ground. In a nutshell, this velvety smooth and light-bodied cleansing tea is always there for you when you need it, comforting and calming as ever.
With approximately 20 mg of caffeine per cup, the caffeine content of this green tea is low.
Premium grade green tea.
Quality of Leaves
Specially made White Monkey green tea steamed and sorted by hand.
Where Does It Come From?
This green tea is grown at 2,500ft. to 5,000ft. on Wuyi Mountain in Fukian Province, China.
What Are the Health Benefits?
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It’s Also Known As:
White-Haired Monkey, Baimou Hao, Green Tea, Chinese Green Tea.