Use coupon code mooncake for $5 off orders over $50 all weekend long! Every order big and small will also receive two additional free samples totaling over 50g (no coupon needed).
Our newly updated Oolong and Black Tea sections are full of fresh Lapsang and Dancong teas, as well as our newly added first shou Puer tea pressings of 2021. Tea from three provinces and a little something for everyone!
Celebrate Mid-Autumn festival with a bit of tea for the coming cool autumn weather.
A note for everyone, white2tea will have a shipping break for the Chinese National Day holiday beginning October 1st and ending October 7th. Now is a perfect time to make a purchase and have your tea on the road before the big break!
Sale ends on September 19th at midnight PST.
We are currently on a break for Chinese New Year, giving some well earned rest and family celebration to the dedicated postal workers of China. We will be on break until February 22nd. If you order during the break, we will ship as soon as we can when postal service resumes.
Happy year of the dragon!
Discover the most energizing, stimulating teas for focus, including raw and ripe Puer and black, white, and green tea, with recommendations and helpful tips.
If you’re considering tea for an energy boost, then you’re already making a very good choice. The right tea can be an excellent way to invigorate the mind and body. But before we jump into our review of the best energizing teas, a word of fair warning: we’re not going to spend a lot of time talking about tea chemistry in this article.
Oolong or wulong is a broad category of teas, in the spectrum between green and black tea, that originate in China. What sets oolong apart is that it can be processed with various different oxidation and roasting levels. The unique variations in the process to produce oolong create a wide array of flavors and sensations. Oolong can taste fresh, green, floral, fruity, roasted, woody, nutty, or honey-sweet, so this is a type of tea that can appeal to virtually all taste buds. Different tea plant varietals, seasons, styles, and regional terroir also influence flavor.