Chiswell's of London
Pai Mu Tan White Loose Leaf Tea (50g)
Pan Mu Tan is a specialist loose white tea, which is high in antioxidants and is known as a health giving world famous tea, famed for having a calming, detoxing effect on your skin.
White tea was historically reserved exclusively for use by only members of the Chinese Imperial Court.
This Chiswell's of London 50g bag of loose Pai Mu Tan White Tea has undergone very little processing. Pai Mu Tan pale green leaves are naturally dried into silvery tea leaves before being rolled. Pan Mu Tan white tea is also known by its translated name "White Peony "and has greater antioxidants than regular black or green teas.
Richard Chiswell was so successful that he became one of the wealthiest men in 18th C. Britain, becoming one of the founders of the Bank of England. There is reference to Chiswell's success throughout London, with streets and parks being named after him. His home town became a village called Debden in the county of Essex, just outside of London. He built an estate there, with a church and housing for his employees.
Unfortunately Debden House was lost during the air raids of World War II, although the church and village remains to this day. With a long history and established trading routes, the Chiswell family have continued the tradition to the present day, bringing only the best products to the British market.