White teas are produced from immature leaves and buds plucked from the Camilla Sinensis tea bush and are the most delicate of all teas. They are also the least processed of the tea varieties by methods of air-drying, solar-drying, or mechanical drying right after plucking. White teas are known and appreciated for their subtle, complex, and naturally sweet flavors and are packed with many essential nutrients and health benefits. White teas will produce low amounts of caffeine (around 10-25 mg per 8 oz.) when brewed with a very low temperature and a short steeping time. Steeping with hotter temperature and longer time will extract more caffeine.