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Silver Spoon White Tea 100% Natural Tea Leaves

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Hand-picked in small batches during the Spring, this delicate brew of single-estate origin is the perfect companion to enjoy sunsets with. Its grassy, hay-like notes pair pleasantly with light cheese and sponge cakes.

15 Teabags/box


White Tea (100% tea Leaves)

Brewing Instructions

1. Place the tea bag in a cup.

2.Add 200ml / 7oz hot water. (85-95ºC)

3. Let the bag sit in hot water for 5 mins.

4. Remove the bag from the cup.


A. Anti-aging properties

B. Controls diabetes

C. Rich in anti-oxidants

D. Strengthens bones

E. Improves cardio-vascular disorder

F. Lowers Cholesterol Levels

    Silver Spoon White Tea 100% Natural Tea Leaves
    Silver Spoon White Tea 100% Natural Tea Leaves


    Where does Silver Spoon Tea come from?

    The tea leaves are handpicked by tea experts from the finest field of Darjeeling.

    What are the health benefits of drinking White Tea?

    Protect against cancer: White tea contains catechins that help protect against cancer by r and preventing DNA damage.

    Improve heart health: White tea helps lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.

    Improve skin health: The antioxidants in white tea help protect the skin from damage caused by UV radiation and environmental pollutants.

    Aid in weight loss: Caffeine and catechins in white tea help boost metabolism and promote weight loss.

    Improve bone health: White tea contains compounds that improve bone density and reduce the risk of osteoporosis.

    Can I add sweeteners or milk to my Silver Spoon Tea?

    No, Silver Spoon being sweet does not require any additional sweetness.

    Is there caffeine in Silver Spoon or White Tea?

    Yes, both Silver Spoon tea and white tea contain caffeine, although the amount can vary depending on factors such as the specific type of tea and how it is brewed. However, compared to other types of tea such as black tea, the caffeine content of white tea is lower.