Handmade Blooming Tea
Using Silver Needle White Tea and flowers gives a mellow flavor. Great for drinking and displaying. (We usually drink them first and then use them for display).
This type of tea is handcrafted by binding tea leaves and flowers together in a bulb, and then it is left to dry. When this bundle of dry flowers and leaves is steeped in hot water, it expands – resulting in an elegant blooming flower. The blooming flowers in hot water are the ones that will capture the most attention.
Blooming tea is derived from the Fujian province of China. The most commonly used flowers in flowering tea include lily, hibiscus, globe amaranth, jasmine, osmanthus, and chrysanthemum. Serve blooming tea in a glass container to see the beautiful flower unfurl before you. The teas are all hand-made according to Chinese traditional stories.
Taste: When placed in boiling hot water, the leaves unfurl. This allows the drinker to revel in the taste of tea.
How to Make the Perfect Cup of This Tea: Check out this step-by-step process:
Step 1: Boil water (160F) to fill your glass teapot
Step 2: Drop the tea bundle into the hot water
Step 3: Infuse – It will take around 5 minutes for the tea to completely unfurl and show its beauty completely.
Step 4: Pour into your cup. Sip and enjoy!
INGREDIENT: Tea, Jasmine, Chrysanthemum, and/or Osmanthus (may slightly vary per each blooming tea).
TYPE: White Tea & Herbal Tea
CAFFEINE LEVEL: Low
ORIGIN: Ningde, Fujian, China
BREWING DIRECTION: Water 7 Oz | 2-3 minutes | 160F
GOOD TO KNOW: Keep in an air-tight container, away from strong odors or sunlight.
SIDE NOTE: The blooming tea can last at least 1 week or more. Remember to change the water often to keep it fresh.