Fujian New Craft is one of the newest members of white tea family, with harvesting only occurring as soon as the late 1960’s. It was developed to meet the growing demand for white tea in the Chinese market and comes from Fuding County in Fujian province. An interestingly deceptive white tea at best, this tea is processed by withering, slightly rolling and drying the leaves, giving it the appearance of a black tea. The leaves tend to be long and curly with a rich greenish/brownish color, and are far less delicate than most other white teas. The flavor and liquor are probably the most robust of all the aforementioned white teas, yet the fragrance is extremely mild.