What's white tea? I thought that I knew almost all teas but I've never heard of that one before
On the long march, the Chinese used that term to mean hot water, which was the only tea they had with them. But I doubt that would be what the Norwegians mean.
Just another kind of tea, largely unprocessed. Silver needle is the most common version.
I also have never heard of white tea. I am going to google it. Watch this space.
Well, you learn something every day, eh? And not just Norwegian.