Currency :  USD
120 Pcs Blooms Random Mix Blooming Flowering Flower Tea Blooming Tea

Copy and share this link on social network or send it to your friends

Copy

120 Pcs Blooms Random Mix Blooming Flowering Flower Tea Blooming Tea Item NO.: 253299264719

Write a Review
US$ 79.99
Quantity:
Stock ( 9999994 )
Shipping Cost:
Estimate Shipping Cost
Product Name 120 Pcs Blooms Random Mix Blooming Flowering Flower Tea Blooming Tea
Item NO. 253299264719
Weight 1.2 kg = 2.6455 lb = 42.3288 oz
Category BLOOM​ING TEA
Tag 120 Pcs Blooms Random Mix Blooming Flowering Flower Tea Blooming
Creation Time 2019-06-11


ORIGIN: Fujian,China

Quantity: 120blooms, 20 Different kinds types, 6 blooms of each.


Product Description:

Flowering teas, also known as blooming teas, performance teas, and display teas, among other names, are hand-sewed individual tea leaves forming a ball, and designed to perform an action when steeped in hot water, usually unfurling into decorative flower-like arrangements. Flowering teas are usually prepared in glass or otherwise transparent cups or mugs so that the performance can be seen.

Varieties include Green Tea Anemone, Black Tea Anemone, Jing Shang Tian Hua, Litchi Nut and Dragon Pearls, also known as Ying Yang Pearls. The Green Tea Anemone is the most popular variety, while Jing Shang Tian Hua, made with chrysanthemum flowers, is one of the rarest.

Flowering tea was created recently in the past 20 years in China. Most if not all flowering tea comes from China, as other tea origins (such as India, Sri Lanka, etc) have not picked up this new trend.

Ingredients: Flowering tea is mainly made of green tea leaves and freshly dried flowers. Some are made of black tea leaves, but for best display and taste, flowering tea made of green tea stays popular. Common flowers used in flowering teas include globe amaranth, carnation, chrysanthemum, jasmine, sweet Olive, lily, tea flowers, peony and marigold.

Preparation: These teas can be refreshed several times by adding more water as needed, from 5 to 15 times depending on the variety. Flowering teas are fragrant, aromatic teas that do not tend to get bitter with extended steeping.


Brewing Guide:

Tea Category

Tea amount

to teapot ratio

Temperature

Number of infusion

Infusion time

Green Tea

10%

80-85°C

3-4

1 min.

White Tea

35%

95°C

5

1 min.

Yellow Tea

30%

95°C

4-5

1 min.

Oolong

25-30%

95-100°C

7-8

1 min.

Red Tea

10-15%

100°C

6-7

1 min.

Black Tea

15-20%

100°C

6-7

1.5 min.

Floral Tea

10-15%

90°C

4-5

1.5 min.


No related record found