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Blooming Flower Tea

Blooming flower tea, or otherwise known as flowering tea, is the combination of green tea leaves and certain flowers. One or more dried flowers are wrapped in bundles of dried tea leaves formed into a bulb shape then set for drying. 

Other than its unique and refreshing taste, its aesthetic is truly remarkable. The bulb, once put in boiling water, expands and unfurls into something like a blooming flower.

How are Blooming Flower Teas Made?

Blooming flower teas are typically made from the delicate buds of the tea plant, they are often made with white tea varietals, which have long, soft buds. The leaves are processed into tea, then moistened and shaped by hand. Using food-safe string, bundles of about 20 leaves are sewn into shape, often around one or more flowers. They may be wrapped in cloth while they dry -- this helps them hold their shape better.

Instruction for Brewing

1.Boil water to fill your glass teapot or tall glass mug. (My teapot holds 32 ounces, but some pots hold 40 ounces or more.) I boil water in my electric kettle and pour it into the clear pot.

2.Drop in the tea ball and let it do its thing! It should take about 5 minutes for the bottom of the tea ball to drop out and for the special design to show itself.

3.Pour into your cup, sip, and enjoy!

The Amazing Health Benefits of Blooming Tea 

1.Nourishes the Skin

Because of its richness in special polyphenols, consumption of blooming tea can make the skin healthy and beautiful.

2.Supports Cancer Prevention

Increased consumption of blooming tea can reduce risks of cancer because of the strong antioxidants it possesses. Its antioxidants are uniquely dominant that they serve anti-mutagenic or anti-cancer functions.

3.Alleviates Stress

Drinking blooming tea is a great way to de-stress. This means that it has mental calming and stabilizing effects that avoid depression, anxietyFeature Articles, and stress mismanagement.

4.Protects the Heart

Blooming tea is known to reduce cholesterol to an acceptably normal level. Drinking blooming tea will regulate LDL cholesterol.

5.Boosts Brain Functions

Consuming blooming tea is proven to boost the functions of the brain improving your cognitive and motor skills.

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Karina Garcia is sales manager of JK Tea Shop, authentic Chinese Loose Leaf tea supplier, for more information, please visit our website at: jkteashop.com



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