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White Chocolate

White tea meets white chocolate. Simple as that. Read More

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White tea meets white chocolate. Simple as that.

To craft our creamiest, dreamiest tea, we've used a base of fine white tea made from the youngest leaves and buds, picked in the Chinese provinces of Yunnan and Fujian during the spring.

Undergoing minimal processing and left to dry naturally, these delicate leaves have a certain sweetness which blends remarkably well with white chocolate. We've opted for white chocolate made with melting cocoa butter, scattering whole pieces amongst the tea leaves for a truly decadent teatime treat....

  • Tea Type

    Flavoured White Tea

  • Origin


  • Taste Profile


  • Tastes like

    A swirl of cocoa-butter creaminess

  • Food pairing

    Delicious with the light sweetness of fruit patisserie

  • When to drink

    To spark the imagination

Nutritional Information Ingredients


The Chinese invented paper, gunpowder and the compass. But their finest innovation has to be tea, reputedly first discovered by the emperor Shen Nong in 2737 BCE. Originally prepared as a medicinal brew, tea became a drink in its own right during the Han Dynasty (206 BCE – 220 CE), and today China produces thousands of different varieties ranging from black, green and white tea to oolong, puerh and yellow tea. If you’re looking for a bit of teatime reading take a look at Lu Yu’s ‘Tea Classic’: first written in 780 CE, it covers everything from cultivation methods to tea etiquette…


White Chocolate

Although chocolate has been around for centuries, white chocolate only came into existence when Swiss chocolatiers tried out new ways of using cocoa butter – it first hit the shelves in the 1930s, so we've given our White Chocolate tea the number 930…

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