Camellia sinensis is a perennial shrub of the axonomorfa root that, when grown in a wild state, can grow up to 10 meters in length and, when grown, grows up to 2 meters. Leaves are alternatives, 4 to 15 cm long and 2 to 5 cm wide, dark green and bright, persistent, ovate or ovate, lanceolate and very convex and sawdust, although they are whole at the base ; and with a short petiole and a strong nerve; The young leaves are old. Flowers are bisexual, small, white, axillary and solitary, or are grouped in pairs or three in three, but generally have no inflorescence. The periantum consists of a corolla of 5 to 9 unequal petals and a chalice of 5 sepals. The fruit is a tritufa or a spheroidal capsule, woody, hard and flattened with seeds that have large cotyledons. This shrub is the father-mother of all teens.
Let's talk about Fujian white tea in China today. It is one of the best teas in the world. Its peculiarity is that, for being white, the young leaves (new buds of the shrub) that have not been oxidized are used; Outbreaks may have been protected against the sun to prevent the formation of chlorophyll.