As the most popular type of scented green tea, the history of jasmine tea can date back to about 1000 years ago. It is a special scented tea that is both famous for its taste and fragrance.
The plain, neat jasmine is representative of deeply rooted romantic love in many countries, the jasmine flower tea scented by which letting a person fondle admiringly with its refreshing taste and silky faint fragrance.
Which kind of tea is more suitable for drinking during autumn? Teavivre recommends osmanthus Tea.
Chrysanthemum tea (Chinese: 菊花茶) is a flower-based infusion beverage made from Chrysanthemum flowers of the species Chrysanthemum morifolium (Chinese: 杭菊) or Chrysanthemum indicum (野菊花), which are mostly present in East Asia, mostly especially in China.
Flower tea, a kind of re-processed tea with a certain beauty and health care effect, is suitable for all types of people (men and women, children and adults) to drink. It can be divided into scented tea, blooming tea and herbal tea.
Flowering teas, or sometimes called “blooming teas”, are a combination of tea leaves and various types of flowers such as
Globe Amaranth, Marigold, Lily and Jasmine, skillfully tied together into bundles that are painstakingly designed to unfurl into beautiful, artful shapes when brewed. Given this, they should be brewed directly in a tall clear glass or glass teapot, so you can enjoy both the taste and the artistic display.
Using well-selected Fujian Silver Needles and dehydrated flowers (Gomphrena, Yellow Chrysanthemum, Jasmine, Lilies, Marigold and Carnation etc.) as material, the series of flower tea is carefully made with the combination of unique handicraft and modern technology.
Using well-selected Fujian Silver Needles and dehydrated flowers like Gomphrena Globosa, Yellow Chrysanthemum, Jasmine, Lily, Marigold and Carnation etc. as material, the series of Flower Tea is carefully made with the combination of unique handicraft and modern technology. You can get the benefit of the flowering teas while brewing them.