Mint Blooming Tea

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Oh so minty! Mint and jasmine flavors combine to give a soothing and relaxing experience! Chrysanthemum Flowers and a String of Jasmine Flowers make up the alluring bloom of this refreshing tea. Beautiful to behold and tantalizing to taste, blooming teas unfurl to release exquisite flavors and wondrous presentations.

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SKU: LTBT-004 Category: Product ID: 1657

Description

Oh so minty! Mint and jasmine flavors combine to give a soothing and relaxing experience! Chrysanthemum Flowers and a String of Jasmine Flowers make up the alluring bloom of this refreshing tea. Beautiful to behold and tantalizing to taste, blooming teas unfurl to release exquisite flavors and wondrous presentations.

Did you know?

Flowering tea, also known as gong yi hua cha ( translates to “art flower tea”) are hand tied by tea artisans in China. Eatable flowers such as chrysanthemum, lily, carnation, hibiscus, marigold, rose, globe amaranth, jasmine and others are surrounded by the tea leaves. The flattened leaves are then tied around the flowers with cotton thread in the form of the desired shape of a globe, rosette, mushroom, cone, heart, peach, lantern or any other shape the artisan wishes. These small masterpieces can take all day to complete.

Additional information

Amounts

Tin, 16 oz

Country of Origin

China

Type of Tea

Blooming Tea

Caffeine

Low Caffeine

Ingredients

Green Tea with Chrysanthemum Flowers and a String of Jasmine Flowers with Mint Flavor

Steeping Instructions

Bring fresh water to a boil. Then drop the pearl into your glass, pour your water over it, and watch it bloom. It takes about 45 seconds for the pearl to open. Let steep for another 2-3 minutes, then it’s ready to drink. Keep the blossom in the glass while sipping and add more hot water as you drink. One pearl will easily make more than 25 ounces of tea.

Note: One pearl per 15 ounces of water. Make sure the glass you use is made of tempered glass, if not the glass may crack or shatter when you pour in the hot water. One trick to avoid this is to place a metal utensil in the glass before adding the hot water. This can absorb some of the heat and keep the glass from shattering.

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