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China White tea

The tea of today

china white Organic iced tea using freshly brewed organic white tea leaves. Sound good? It is good and it’s also good for you. Jasmine Pat launched China White in 2006 wanting to create beverage that was not only one of the best, but also appealing to the calorie and health conscious market.

White tea leaves come from picking the buds of Camellia Sinensis just a few times a year and are said to contain up to five times more antioxidants than black or green teas and less caffeine. Blending the tea with natural and locally sourced aloe vera leaves, fruits, ginseng, Echinacea and New Zealand clover honey (all organic where possible), China White produces delicious flavours for a sophisticated and thirst quenching summer drink. With taste tempting flavours such as QUENCH' lemon ice tea, 'BLUSH' boysenberry ice tea and 'GRACE' peach ice tea, and lovely branding, these teas are in hot demand.

You can buy China White online or from a number of good outlets throughout the country. and is now retailing through a myriad of stores through the country and online.
  • 0800 244 629
www.chinawhite.co.nz Jasmine Pat
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