The blooming tea is made up of tea leaves wrapped around dried flowers. This type of tea is hand crafted 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 into an elegant blooming flower. The blooming flowers in hot water are the one that will capture the most attention.
The blooming tea is derived from the Fujian province of China. Mostly commonly used flowers in the flowering tea include lily, hibiscus, globe amaranth, jasmine, osmanthus, and chrysanthemum. Serve blooming tea in a glass container to see the beautiful flower unfurl in front of you. The teas are all hand-made according to the Chinese traditional stories.
How it is made:
1 The silver needle tea with long stalk is bundled together to make the base of the blooming tea.
2 Different match of flowers are assembled together to present the special shape carrying the meaning of the name of the tea, eg. Shuang Long Xi Zhu (Two dragons play a pearl ball), Hua Hao Yue Yuan (Full moon and good flowers)…
3, The flowers are inserted into the tea base.
4 The already assembled tea and flowers will be softened by steam to compress into the round ball shape, to form the flowering tea balls. And finally they are dried to become the products.
Benefits of consuming blooming flowering tea: Blooming teas are a rich source of flavanoids and cathecins. The presence of high level of polyphenols makes your look skin healthy and beautiful. The presence of antioxidants in the blooming teas also reduces the risks of cancer. It can also enhance the process of burning of fats, thereby helping in weight reduction and balanced metabolism.
How Does It 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:
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