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Mako' Tea White

  • Premium beverage with 100% natural white tea
  • Refreshing watermelon flavour
  • Naturally sweetened and with stevia. No added sugars
  • Only 20 kcal per 100 ml
  • 5% fruit content
  • No artificial colours, flavours and preservatives



White tea infusion

Directly brewed natural white tea infusion
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No added sugars


Watermelon Juice


Apple Juice

Natural source of sugars, with low Glycemix index


Lemon Juice

Natural acidifier

Watermelon Flavour

Mako’ Tea White has a delicious and refreshing watermelon flavour obtained from the fruit juice.


With Stevia

Sweetener from a natural source, we use Stevia.
This way, we obtain a sweet touch low in calories.
Only 18 kcal per 100 ml.

Natural colour

We do not use artificial colours. makotea White incorporates a natural colour obtained from black carrot that provides a very nice red tonality.


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Tea is one of the most ancient beverages whose origin has given rise to countless stories and legends. However, it is known with some certainty that spread from China to reach all corners of the planet.

Tea is associated with multiple beneficial health effects as it contains antioxidants, flavanols, flavonoids, catechins and polyphenols.

  • Biological antioxidant
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Neuro-protective
  • Regulator of appetite
  • Pain relieving

Tea also contains L-theanine, an amino acid that helps enhance relaxation, concentration and learning ability.

Today, tea is the most popular beverage in the world exceeded only by water.

Tea types and properties

There are various types of tea depending on its properties and preparation process (fermentation and oxidation).

The 4 types of tea best known are green, black, white and red.


In recent times, white tea has become one of the most sought infusions by consumers. This is due both to its very healthy properties and its exquisite and refined character.
Unlike other varieties, rather than whole leaves, only the tender young shoots are collected, as it is right there where the “energy” of the plant is concentrated. These buds are covered with a white hair that gives the name to this variety.
It is harvested in the spring, and buds are picked by hand and then spread over large filters. Then, the leaves wither through controlled ventilation. Finally, they are dried at low temperature so leaves do not break. This process preserves the colour and the aroma. White tea is mainly produced in the mountains of Fujian Province (China).
White tea stands out for:

  • His exquisite taste and delicate aroma.
  • It is known as “the elixir of eternal youth” due to its potency as antioxidant and its high content in vitamins E and C.
  • White tea has the same properties as green tea but it outperforms the green in several aspects: It is 3 times more powerful as antioxidant, it contains half the caffeine and it has a mild diuretic effect.