White Teas are very delicate and tender teas plucked from flowery tea buds (use only tiny tea buds).
They are non-oxidized teas which means they are only briefly withered and only light natural oxidation occurs before they are steamed and dried to halt the process.
The leaves turn gray-green or gray-brown during the drying. Their infusions are pale, golden and possess a hint of sweetness.
Brew water to 175-190 degrees (water bubbles will look like crab eyes with slight steam to water bubbles the size of a pearl with a bit more steam present) and steep tea leaves for approximately 2-5 minutes.