Due to the short processing of the tea leaves, white tea has a light color and a subtle taste. It tastes good all day long. The slightly oxidized tea has a very light color and a fine, delicate taste. Only the youngest buds of the tea bush are picked for white tea. A light white fluff grows on the closed buds, which gives the tea its name. Of all types of tea, white tea is the least processed. Sometimes the leaf is first steamed and then immediately dried in the sun, i.e. not rolled. The leaf is gently rolled by hand and very easily oxidized.