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When you brew Two Dragons, two arms of jasmine and globe amaranth petals will slowly expand upwards cupping a single Chrysanthemum flower – and so it is given the name of Two Dragons and a Pearl. Thanks to the jasmine and amaranth, this tea has a wonderful sweet, flowery aroma and taste. The taste is long-lasting and will survive 2 or 3 infusions.
Our flower tea is analysed in accordance with the requirements of regulation (EC) 396/2005 (regulation on maximum residue levels in food and feed) in its currently valid version.
Place one bundle of the Two Dragon tea in a clear glass or teapot and carefully add boiling water. Over the next minute or so the tea will slowly expand into its final shape. When you add more water later, be careful to avoid pouring the water in too quickly as this will damage the fragile flowers. We suggest carefully pouring the water slowly down the side of the cup, instead of directly into the cup. Two Dragon and a Pearl can be infused 2 or 3 times.
Our Two Dragons and a Pearl 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.
Mr. Lin Xingbiao has been a professional tea farmer for thirty years. Born in a traditional tea family, he was deeply influenced by his family and built his own tea factory in 1966. With the gradual growth of his factory, he is trying to seek the common development between enterprise and tea farmers.He thinks that the most challengeable factor is the weather. If tea leaves suffered from bad weather, the yield would be reduced and the quality would not reach the standard.If tea leaves suffered from cold weather, straws would be used to cover them and protect them from being frosted. This is what Mr. Lin gets from his experience over the years.
Scenery for origin product place
Flower tea combines the flavor of flower and tea, meanwhile brings people a strong experience of its bright color. The choose of materials and the making methods of flower tea has greatly affected this special effect.
In order to give the flower a complete blossom when brewed, our technicians will skillfully needle the bottom of the flowers, then bind tea and flower together before carefully neatening the Mao Feng tea buds.
For more information, please check the article Process of making Flowering tea
Marigold: It is originally produced in Europe. You can eat it directly or brew for beverage, which can help you remove heat, eliminate toxins, nourish the liver, improve visual acuity, beautify skin, and promotes better digestion. Gomphrena Globosa: It is originally produced in tropical America. It can clear the liver, eliminate phlegm, relieve a cough, and prevent asthma. Jasmine: It can harmonize the stomach, regulate the flow of vital energy, nourish the liver, improve visual acuity, help produce saliva and slake thirst.
The original material in the Jasmin Garden
You can learn more about its health benefits by our article The Effects of Flower Tea.
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This Two Dragons and a Pearl Flower tea has a mildly sweet and grass-like flavor. The color is light yellow. This tea tastes very similar to one of Teavivre’s green blends. I don’t go out of my way to sample flower teas. I find the flower brewing method a little bit of an intrusion. Maybe I’ve been spoiled by my one touch tea maker which does just about everything for me except drink the tea. This tea does have a nice mild flavor without bitterness. And, I did enjoy watching the little rolled up tea bundle open and “bloom” into a flower nestled in leaves during the brewing process. In fact, I think I like WATCHING flower teas more than DRINKING them! This review was originally published on Steepster by Stoo in Jan, 2012. TeaVivre has added this whole review here by getting permission from Stoo.
I’ve only had one blooming tea before. I think it looked exactly like this one too.. just from a different company. So I had my clear mug out and I think I waited too long for the water to cool…it wasn’t quite boiling. This is a green tea after all and I thought the flavor would go bitter. The bloom was floating and it did take a while to unravel. I waited five minutes and decided to have a second steep later to watch the entire bloom unravel with actual boiling water… the green leaves unfurled, seeing a bit of the red flower. The flavor isn’t bitter at all and has a seaweed and asparagus flavor. The second steep I used just boiled water and the bloom opened right up. I decided to just keep the bloom in the cup as I was drinking… I thought it’d be nice to look at! But twenty minutes later I took a sip and the cup was FULL of undrinkable bitterness! I guess twenty minutes was a bit too long. Any other tea I would have known this, but it was so nice at five minutes which is very unusual for a green tea. Ah well. Somehow this is elaborate but the flavor wasn’t quite right even in the first cup. Please keep in mind that there were many things wrong that I did with this tea: 1) the sample was older 2)I'm sure this should have been steeped in more water than a mug (like a beautiful glass teapot), 3) 20 minutes steeping is way too long. It's amazing this tea DID turn out as well as it did.
Recieved this tea as a sample. I have to say it has a nice mild taste and it is soooo pretty!!
This was a free sample provided by TeaVivre. Thanks so much!! I was initially quite hesitant about trying this (as is evident by having tried everything else quite a while ago) both because I didn’t think I had a glass suitable for viewing, and because I wasn’t really sure about the floral nature of the tea. But, I found the perfect glass mug (in my cupboard, who knew?) so I set out everything and got it out and ready to go. My particular ball took a while to open fully (like, well over 5 minutes) and I’m assuming I should have taken it out but it was such a beautiful thing to watch that I lost track of time. When I finally poured the tea out and into a different cup it was quite dark and smelled very floral. Luckily it didn’t taste overly floral – I mean there were obvious notes but I also think that there was definite green tea (kind of even buttery!) in there as well. It was slightly bitter (my own fault because I was distracted by the show). Definitely a nice tea, but nothing spectacular – the bloom is really the selling point, and it is nice if you’re into that sort of thing. This review was originally published on Steepster by JoonSusanna on January, 2012. TeaVivre add this whole review here by getting permission from JoonSusanna.
This is the best flowering art tea I have ever tried. It is both beautiful and delicious, and resteeps well. I will keep this on hand for special guests or for whenever I want a day to feel like s special occasion.
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