Anji bai cha (Chinese: 安吉白茶) or Anji white tea is a green tea produced in Anji County, Zhejiang Province, China.
It is a relatively recent tea cultivar, having been discovered in 1982. As a result of this and its short harvesting period, it is a comparatively rare tea.
Despite being called "white", it is in fact a green tea. The long, narrow leaves are yellow in colour and have a recognisable fold along the length of the leaf.
A 2010 study found that the tea is high in polysaccharides which can inhibit the hemolysis of blood cells.