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Choosing carefully selected globe amaranth Flower and Maofeng tea as material mixed with Jasmine and Marigold Flowers and delicately shaped a ball by wokers hands, this tea have a good picture when brewed with 100℃ water. Those Mao Feng tea leaves and red flower slowly blooms in boilling water like host open her arms to weclome guests from distant palces. A bigger and transparent glass is needed, if you want to enjoy the sight of this tea ball bursting into bloom in a glass.
Place one bundle of Rising Steadily flower tea ball in a clear glass or teapot and carefully add boiling water, then brew for 2 to 3 minutes. When adding water later, avoid pouring the water in too quickly. We suggest carefully pouring the water slowly down the side of the teapot, instead of directly into it. Flower tea can be infused 2 or 3 times.
Our Double Blessing Flower Tea is produced in Hulin, Fuding, Fujian, which is located in the northeast of Fujian and is one of the famous tea-producing areas.
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I got a sample of this Double Blessing Flower Tea. It’s pretty to look at, it has a nice scent, and it tastes good! I brew it in a large glass tea cup (about 400ml) and had 3 infusions. Sure, it’s not the best tasting tea even, but there is something special about having these flowers in a cup and drinking the infusion. I find it very relaxing, and it makes me feel beautiful. It’s just something I like to do for myself once in a while.
good spring aromate and taste
I loved all of the blooming teas I bought. They were all beautiful and delicious!
Reply: Hi Sephia, Thank you for your question. When the Double Blessing Flower Tea is fully open, it is about 9 cm in height, and 8 cm in width. And I'd like to suggest you use a teapot that larger than that. Because the flower tea is handmade, the dimension is not exact the same. Hope this is helpful to your concern.
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