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White Tea is grown in the high mountains of Fujian province. Similar to Green tea, White teas undergo very little processing. This purity is what researchers from Oregon State University think may cause White tea to have a greater concentration of polyphenols than Green tea. All teas classified as White tea undergo the same processing. Depending on the age, the White tea leaves and brewed tea may vary from a llght green to a dark brown color.
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