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Choosing carefully selected lily and jasmine as material mixed with Silver Need Green tea and delicately shaped like a ball, this tea have a good looking when brewed with 100℃ water. Those Silver needle Green leaves and red flower slowly blooms in boiling water like parents open their arms; while jasmine gradually stretches out from the base, just like a baby growing up under his parents’ care.
Our Family Happiness Silver Needle Flower Tea meets the most strictly European low pesticide residues standard for agricultural products.
Place one bundle of Family Happiness 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 Family Happiness 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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Very cool to watch these bloom. It taste very light and floral, perfect when looking for a change or a show... or both!
This little dry ball of tea and flowers smells pretty much like sheng which is quite interesting. I can't even tell how excited I was when I dropped that ball to water, almost better that christmas. It was so amazing to watch it first floating on the surface, then sinking to bottom and then bursting open. It really pretty looking, and the taste of the tea itself is not bad, sweet and flowery. I really like that jasmine arch that reddish lily is just adorable. My supposition was that these blooming teas are more like eye candy than mouth candy, but this does well in both categories. These things would be excellent at parties.
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