white tea

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Etymology[edit]

Translation of Chinese 白茶 (literally "white tea")

Noun[edit]

white tea (plural white teas)

  1. The leaves of a tea plant which have been processed in a manner to let them wilt slightly and lose their "grassy" taste of green tea while undergoing minimal oxidation.
  2. A drink brewed from these tea leaves.
  3. Tea served with milk.

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