Green and White teas are both minimally processed. Green teas are best enjoyed fresh, with a certain fullness—whether they are nutty, kelpy, or grassy in flavor—that imparts a sense of spring and fresh moving water. Green teas are cooling on a hot summer day, and simple amidst a complex world.
White teas are white because of the fuzzy white hairs on the buds of the newest leaves growing on a tea tree. They create a more rounded tea with dried fruit qualities mixed into the freshness of a minimally processed tea.
Jasmine is a scented green tea and Red Peony is a white tea made from a red-tea varietal.