Bloom Flowering Tea

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The flowering Tea is more than just a visual treat: It’s a treat for the eyes, nose, and palate. Watch the tea “bloom” as the woven buds unfurl in water.  

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HISTORY & ORIGINS

Flowering Tea
Flowering Tea (or Blooming Tea) consists of dried tea leaves laced together around edible flowers to replicate the structure of a flower. When steeped in hot boiled water, these teas expand, resembling the blossom of a flower. It was founded in the Yunan region of China. Many people believe that encrypted messages and scrolls left behind by ancient people of China used this tea. While others believe that this is a modern creation made to attract people to drink more tea because of its visual appeal. Flowering tea is made preferably with green tea or silver needle tea. The edible flowers that get hidden under tea leaves’ protection are chrysanthemum, jasmine, lily, or amaranth.  Ono Teas’ Flowering Tea gives a truly delightful feeling. Watch these beautiful tea buds slowly unfurl releasing a rich floral aroma in your cup to set the mood or give your partner a charming surprise with this tea. Either way, this tea is a true treat to your senses.

INGREDIENTS & HEALTH BENEFITS

Multiple Flora woven to bloom in a cup
Being the visual treat it is, the Flowering Tea is not just a bunch of beautifully woven flowers. The Darjeeling green tea leaves present in it delight your body from the inside. It does so by improving your mental health, oral health, digestion, metabolism, and preventing heart disease.

STEEPING NOTES

Brew Type

BREW TYPE

Hot Brew

Cold Brew

Tea Quantity

TEA QUANTITY

2 GM

8 GM

Water Quantity

H2O

160 ml

500 ml

Steeping Time

STEEP TIME

3 minutes

Overnight

Water Tempterature

H2O TEMP

80 C

Refrigerated

Caffaine In Tea

CAFFEINE

Medium
Medium

BREW TYPE

Hot Brew

Cold Brew

TEA QUANTITY

2 GM

8 GM

Water Quantity

H2O QUANTITY

160 ml

500 ml

STEEP TIME

3 minutes

Overnight

H2O TEMP

80 C

Refrigerated

CAFFEINE

Medium
Medium
Tea Aroma

AROMA

Rich Floral Aroma
Taste

TASTE

Floral & Vegetal

CONDIMENTS AND COMPLEMENTS

Honey in Tea

HONEY

Stevia Leaves in Tea

STEVIA LEAVES

Sugar In Tea

SUGAR

Flowering Tea
Tea Aroma

AROMA

Rich Floral Aroma
Taste

TASTE

Floral & Vegetal

CONDIMENTS AND COMPLEMENTS

Honey in Tea

HONEY

Stevia Leaves in Tea

STEVIA LEAVES

Sugar In Tea

SUGAR

BREWING NOTES FOR HOT TEA

  1. Add 2 gm or 1 tsp of tea leaves in your pot
  2. Separately heat a cup of water to below boiling temperature
  3. Pour Water over tea leaves
  4. Brew for 2-3 mins and steep

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Frequently asked questions

What is Flowering Tea?
Flowering tea comprises a bunch of flowers bundled using dried leaves. A visual treat, it is also a delicacy.
Does flowering tea have caffeine?
Since we use Darjeeling green tea, the flowering tea contains caffeine.
Is Darjeeling a green tea?
Black Darjeeling tea is a fermented tea; Green Darjeeling tea is an unfermented tea.
Is Darjeeling tea good for weight loss?
According to WebMD, “The polyphenols in Darjeeling tea stimulate good bacteria growth in your digestive system. Higher levels of bad bacteria may contribute to obesity, while good bacteria helps you lose weight.”
What is blooming tea good for?
The Darjeeling black tea leaves present in it delight your body from the inside. It does so by improving your mental health, oral health, digestion, metabolism, and preventing heart disease.
Is Darjeeling tea the same as Earl GREY?
No. Darjeeling tea is milder and fruitier than a traditional Earl Grey.
Are flowering teas safe?
Common flowers in flowering teas include carnation, chrysanthemum, globe amaranth, hibiscus, jasmine, marigold, lily, osmanthus, and rose, which are all edible and safe to consume.
When should I drink Darjeeling tea?
The ideal time to drink Darjeeling would be mid-morning.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Blooming Flowering Tea The Presentation and Packaging are good. The taste, aroma, and design of the tea are amazing. Tea fanatics who bought this tea for its beauty..it turned out great, they bloom gorgeously everyone of them..and flavours are absolutely perfect.

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