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Tea Plantation 

Ciseureuh Tea Plantation
White Tea

Ciseureuh Tea Plantation
Black Tea

Currently Tea Plantation Ciseureuh experiencing rapid business growth and has worked with hundreds of clients in various areas of both national and multinational companies across Indonesia.

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Currently the tea plantations in Indonesia is increasing, a wide range of processed tea products are produced in various parts of Indonesia.

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One of the featured products is the White Tea is made from tea shoots options are processed into high-grade tea.

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As with other products, we also provide the products of a higher quality black tea.

White Tea History

whiteScholars and tea merchants generally disagree as to when the first production of white tea (as it is understood in China today) began. What is today known as white tea may have come into creation in the last two centuries. White tea may have first appeared in English publication in 1876, where it is categorized as a black tea because it is not initially cooked like a green tea, to deactivate internal enzymes and external microbes.

White tea is often being sold as Silvery Tip Pekoe, a form of its traditional name, and now also under the simple designations China White and Fujian White.

Like black and green tea, white tea is also derived from Camellia sinensis. Thus, white tea shares many of the same chemical properties and health effects of tea. However, white tea contains the most antioxidants. The particular amount and ratio of the polyphenol compounds found in tea varies widely from one type of white tea to another, frequently overlapping with chemical compositions found in green tea. This is due both to the variation between strain of Camellia sinensis, as well as the preparation process itself. These compounds have been shown to protect against certain types of cancer both in vitro and in vivo.

Improved cardiovascular function

Catechins, a group of polyphenol antioxidants found in white tea, have been found to reduce cholesterol, decrease blood pressure, and improve the function of blood vessels, thereby decreasing the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Antibacterial and antiviral action

White tea has been shown to protect animals from certain pathogenic bacteria, such as Salmonella tryphimurium.


A 2004 study at Pace University  revealed that white tea extract may help slow viruses and bacterial growth, thus reducing the incidence of staphylococcus and streptococcus infections,pneumoniafungus growth, and even dental plaque.

Findings from another studyconducted at the Skin Study Center at University Hospitals of Cleveland and Case Western Reserve University reveal indicators that white tea helps skin cells by boosting immune systems when exposed to harmful ultra-violet radiation.

An article published in the Carcinogenesis journal by scientists from the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University found that consumption of moderate amounts of white or green tea may hedge against colon tumors consistent with the prescription drug, sulindac. When used in combination with the drug, the results were more effective.

A study at Kingston University in 2009 showed that white tea has high anti-inflammatoryantioxidantanti-collagenase, and anti-elastase properties which could potentially reduce the risks of developing rheumatoid arthritis, some cancersheart disease and slow the enzymatic break-down of elastin and collagen, traits which accompany aging.


source: wikipedia
Of green tea plantations in the mountains of West Java, we create products of quality teas and high quality to be enjoyed


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