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Silver Needle Tea -Baihao Yinzhen

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  • Origin: Fujian, China
  • Caffeine : 30~35mg/ 8 oz. cup
  • Expired Date: 24 Months
  • Storage Conditions: Dry, Refrigerated, No odor, Well-Sealed, Sunshine Shielded, Low Temperature.

What is silver needle tea?

Silver needle tea is a type of white tea that is made from Fujian, China. It is considered to be one of the highest quality types of white teas available and is known for its delicate flavor and aroma. In China, also call it "Baihao Yinzhen" tea.

What are the health benefits of silver needle tea?

Some of the health benefits associated with drinking silver needle tea include improved brain function, lower blood pressure, reduced inflammation, and improved cardiovascular health. Silver needle tea can also be helpful for those trying to lose weight and is believed to have anti-aging properties.

Does silver needle tea taste good?

Silver needle tea has a delicate flavor and aroma, which makes it one of the most highly prized white teas available. It has been described as having notes of honey, vanilla, and citrus fruit in its flavor profile.

How do you make silver needle tea?

Some general guidelines for making silver needle tea include using water that is between 160 and 180 degrees Fahrenheit and steeping the leaves for approximately 3 minutes. While these specific guidelines may vary depending on your personal preferences, we recommend following them closely when brewing your first cup of this delicious type of white tea.

Step 1. Fill a teapot or teacup with hot water to preheat it.

Step 2. Add 3 grams of silver needle tea leaves to the pot or cup.

Step 3. Bring the water to a temperature of 160-180 degrees Fahrenheit and pour it over the leaves.

Step 4. Steep for 3 minutes.

Step 5. Pour the tea into a cup and enjoy.

How much caffeine content is in silver needle tea?

Most sources estimate that silver needle tea contains about 30-35 mg of caffeine per cup (8 oz.). This is significantly less than the amount of caffeine found in black or green tea, but more than is found in white or oolong tea.

What are the side effects of silver needle tea?

Silver needle tea is generally considered to be safe and free of side effects when consumed in moderation, but it may cause some irritation on the skin if spilled onto the body.

How to store silver needle tea?

The best way to store silver needle tea is in an airtight container, away from direct light or heat. Put away from any strange odor condition.

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