White tea is different from all other teas. After the leaves and buds are plucked, they are air dried to prevent oxidation before they are packed. Primarily grown in the Fujian Province of China, white tea is also known as Silvery Tip Pekoe, Fujian White, or China White. White reigns as one of the world's highest quality teas because only the unopened buds and the youngest, most tender tips of the tea bush are chosen. The fine silvery-white hairs on the unopened buds are what gives this tea its name.