White Tea leaves are lightly fermented and are dried by pan-frying to stop the fermentation. The finished tea is covered in beautiful, delicate white hairs that shimmer like silk. No rolling or shaping is necessary. It is from this silvery-white fur that White Tea gets its name. White Tea is loved for its light creamy flavor, natural sweetness, and delicate, floral aromas. These health-giving teas contain high levels of Antioxidants and Polyphenols.