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Bai Cha

Bai Cha

Regular price £15.99 GBP
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Bai Cha loose leaf tea, also known as white tea, is prized for its delicate, subtle flavour that is similar to a green palate. Handpicked from young tea leaves and minimally processed, it offers a fresh and smooth taste with hints of sweetness. Perfect for a gentle and refreshing tea experience, Bai Cha is a refined choice for any tea connoisseur.

Tasting Notes: Light, floral, smooth

Origin:  Darjeeling, India from the foothills of the Himalayas 

Elevation: 2045m

Sourced: Direct from the small farmer, organically grown, 95% of our teas certified by Rainforest Alliance 

Grade:  SFTGFOPf-1 

    Interesting Fact:  You can re-infuse Tea2you’s teas two to three times (consumed within a day). Milk is a crime to this tea as our tea has no tannin 

    Please Save our Climate: Please don’t throw the used tea leaves into the bin, they aid to good composting. Tea2you follows the 3R rule. 

    Brewing advice

    Brewing Advice:

    1. Use 1 teaspoon per cup

    2. Heat water to roughly 95°C/203°F

    3. Pour water into the cup, on top of the tea leaves

    4. Add a dash of cold water or milk (if recommended)

    5. Steep for 2-4 minutes

    6. Enjoy

    Save the climate

    Please do not through away used tea leaves into the bin. They aid in good composting.

    Tea2you uses the 3R Rule:

    Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.

    Reducing waste - Loose-leaf tea has no plastic packaging. All of our packaging is eco-friendly and our stickers are made from a cane sugar base.

    Reusing - You can reuse our tea leaves 2/3 times.

    Recycling - Don't throw away our used tea leaves, put them in your plant pot as they are a great compost.

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