Like green tea, white tea is not oxidized. But white teas are generally considered to have a lighter, more mellow flavor than green or black tea. Expect a yellow-ish, dim color.
Reported Benefits: Drinking white tea could aid in cardiovascular health, and its antioxidants have a range of purported benefits, from better skin to cell production.
Caffeine? Yes, but the amount can vary—no more than a cup of coffee, and sometimes lower than most teas.