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This attractive flower tea (blooming tea) have a great name Rising Steadily. When brewed, it unveils higher and higher in the water. The aroma is rich and refreshing, the taste is with strong and fragrance long-lasting. You will be able to smell the nature mellow of the tea and flower with an enjoyment. It is really a sumptuous spectacle for your tongue and for your eyeballs!
Our Rising Steadily Silver Needle Flower Tea meets the most strictly European low pesticide residues standard for agricultural products.
Place one bundle of Rising Steadily flower tea ball in a clear glass or teapot and carefully add boiling water, Over 3 - 5 minute the tea will slowly expand into its final shape, then you can enjoy the liquid in the next minute or so.. 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 Rising Steadily 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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The bloom was amazing to watch but the tea tasted watery. Not my fave.
I love how it blooms. The taste of the tea is good too. Will surely order for more.
This is an absolutely beautiful flowering tea. The flowering tea bulb sinks to the bottom and blooms out in boiling water. Within two minutes, a beautiful flower structure is observed. From the amaranth and jasmine, there is a very sweet, floral taste. What I really love about this flowering tea is how sturdy was the structure! Even after 4 pourings of hot water refills, the tea only spins. This one does not tumble or collapse, unlike some other designs. I highly recommend this flowering tea.
Such an amazing tea. Phenomenal sight to see, and delicious tea to drink.
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