Blooming tea

Blooming teas – known also as artisan teas are perhaps the most attractive types of tea. They are hand-rolled tea leaves that are shaped into a neat ball or other forms disguising tiny beautiful flowers. The basis for blooming teas can be green, black or white tea and a variety of flowers. The fresh flowers inside are selected in accordance with colour and shape. The most favoured are jasmine blossom, lilies, marigolds and amaranth flowers. After brewing, the leaves open to reveal the flowers hidden inside. The actual combination of the flowers and tea utilised greatly influences the appearance, aroma and taste of the finished tea. Blooming teas prove a wonderful and extraordinary gift.

Ho to prapare blooming tea: Select good pure water. Boil it, then let it cool until it reach the temperature for the type of tea - white, green or black (70-80-95°C). Put one ball of bloomig tea for 1 litre of water in a glass teapot. Infuse for 3 to 5 minutes (depending on the tea type).