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As the health-conscious lifestyle gains in popularity, the tea phenomenon continues to grow with its latest addition, white tea. White tea is the rar ...

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Discover the power of white tea

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(NC)-As the health-conscious lifestyle gains in popularity, the tea phenomenon continues to grow with its latest addition, white tea. White tea is the rarest form of tea and originates from the same plant as black, oolong and green tea. Hand-picked only in early spring from the tea buds before the tea leaf blossoms, white tea is named for the silver fuzz appearing on the buds which turn white when dried. Tea leaves destined to be white tea undergo little processing and no fermentation; they are steamed to maintain the naturalness of the tea leaf.

White tea not only has a natural sweet taste but, like green tea, is also rich in antioxidants.

"White tea is all the rage," say Alan Koval, director of the Pepsi Lipton Partnership. "It has a rare, exotic quality that consumers love. Plus, it delivers antioxidants and delicious taste and can be consumed with ease, on-the-go, at any time of day. You can't ask for a better combination of benefits in a beverage for Canadians seeking a healthy lifestyle."

White tea is known for its delicate flavour and for flavonoids, which are known for their antioxidant activity. This good-tasting and good-for-you tea appeals to those looking for a cold and delicious beverage that appeals to their healthy lifestyle.

The demand for white tea has soared recently as tea connoisseurs and lay drinkers are finding white tea varieties more delicate and sweet as compared to some black and green tea varieties.

-News Canada