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Jasmine, Chrysanthemum and Amaranth blooming tea

Double Happiness

INGREDIENTS
Green tea, jasmine, amaranth, chrysanthemum flowers
CAFFEINE LEVEL
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Rs. 550.00

Regular price Rs. 330.00
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Product Description

An exquisite flowering tea that is handcrafted and imported from China. This tea is a treat to the eyes and taste buds. Each ball contains Jasmine, Chrysanthemum flower with an Amaranth flower globe which is hand sewn to green tea to create a ball. Immerse the ball in hot water and watch the leaves and flowers unfurl.

Tasting Notes

Delicate aromas of jasmine greet the nose, the palate is predominantly floral and sweet with a succulent lingering aftertaste.
Brew Cup

Brew The Perfect Cup

  • 1 teabag
  • 85°C
  • 3-4 mins
  • No

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Questions & Answers

1. What are blooming teas? 
Blooming teas are elegantly handcrafted using an intricate production process that involves tremendous manual finesse. These master pieces are also known as flowering tea, tea balls, display tea, flower craft tea, tea flower, or hand-sewn tea.

2. Are blooming and flowering teas the same? 
Yes blooming and flowering teas are the same

3. How to make or brew blooming teas? 
To steep a tea flower and let it unfurl, you’ll simply need glass teaware and hot water. Small glass teapots are great because they’ll allow you to fully enjoy the blooming process. A tea ball takes about 4-5 minutes to fully unfurl, so be patience and enjoy the process. Once the flowering tea has fully unfurled you can pour and sip the refreshing taste of green leaves complemented by the fragrant aroma of flowers.

4. How many times can I re-use my blooming tea?
Finished your first pot? Don’t worry, you can easily steep the blooming tea for another 2 times