ITEM: 1 pc glass teapot + 9 different flavour blooming tea (each pc about 9g)
Definition of blooming tea
Artistic tea, also call it Blooming tea or Flowering tea. When drop hot water into a glass. A dulcet flower Bloom from tea bud, the flowers add fragrance to this delectably green tea. The Blooming Teas are 100% nature and handmade, creating by master in Fujian province, China. Detailed Product Description
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Our flowerTea is natural green tea and has O Fat, O Carbs, O Calories,rich in anti-oxidants
How are the Blooms made?
Each tea bloom is individually hand-crafted. Premium whole tea leaves are gathered around beautiful, natural flowers and expertly hand tied by talented tea artisans. They are then wrapped in cotton cloth and dried into their individual shapes. No two look exactly alike.
A delicate flower blooms inside this ball tea just before tiny flowers slowly cascade upward like Champagne bubbles. The flowers add their enlivening fragrance and strong taste to this delectably smooth tea. Our Ball offers one of the most artful spectacles in tea. This blooming tea has an original shape of an tiny ball and when put in boiling water a bouquet of tea leaves andflower. The aromas of both flowers and tea leaves are very well preserved and these exceptional teas develop a wonderful flavor and create at the same time a beautiful "table decoration".
Boil water in a separate tea kettleand let stand for just a few seconds. Place 1 tea bloom into a clear transparent tea pot or large clear mug , and add the water. The tea leaves and flower blooms will open in approximately 3-7 minutes. If you find that your tea blooms are opening up very slowly, it may be that you water is not hot enough. Use very hot to boiling water for best results. As you pour off and drink the tea, gently refill the pot with hot water to make many ounces of tea. You can refill the pot several times (3-4) at one sitting. We do not recommend saving the used bloom to re-steep the next day.
Often pieces of the tea leaves and bits of the flowers will break off and float in the tea. For that reason, we include a coiled metal strainer in the spout of each of our tea pots. It is, however, perfectly okay to ingest the tea leaves and flowers pieces.
It is not unusual for the tea blooms to initially float when the water is added. As the tea leaves absorb the water the blooms should settle into the bottom of your pot.
Can I reuse a tea bloom more than once?
You can gently add hot water to the tea bloom over and over to make many ounces of tea. Some people keep a pot on their desk and keep adding hot water to enjoy the tea for many hours. We do not recommend saving the tea bloom to reuse the next day. These mini cakes are convenient and portable for traveling. Use one piece each time, simply unwrap the out covering, place it in the mug.Boiling water at approximately 200-212°F/95-100°Cshould be used for steeping. Use one blooming tea for every 1-1.5 cups (150-300ml) of water. Steep for about 2-3 minutes or until desired concentration is used. And you can add some honey or sugar as per your drinking habit.
1 pcs Glass Teapot + 9 pcs different Blooming Tea No Dripping heat-resistant glass handmade tea pot blooming tea flower kettle