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Good Fortune Bloom

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Flowering White Blend
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  • “Surprisingly good for being a few years old! I got two full pots' worth of tea out of this; the first was sweeter than the second, and I think that the blossom probably stewed a bit between pots....” Read full tasting note
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From Full Bloom Tea

A basket of Good Fortune unveils as this tea blooms. Silver Needle Tea is the highest quality white tea and is harvested during the Spring before the buds open to preserve tenderness.

Very delicate providing a pale yellow brew, with a fresh light flavor. Contains Silver Needle White Tea leaves, Globe Amaranth and Jasmine.

Benefits
Silver Needle White Tea leaves have antioxidants that have been known to help fight against cancer-causing radicals and heart disease.

White tea is also good for digestion, longevity, and anti-aging. Globe Amaranth helps with immune functions. Jasmine helps relax and alive stress, stabilizes emotions.

How To Steep:
1. Place tea bloom in glass teapot or large glass teacup.
2. Pour boiling water over tea bloom.
3. Watch as the bloom flowers before your eyes, can take several minutes.
4. Sip and Enjoy. You may re-steep each bloom 2 to 3 times.

Note: This tea is no longer available.

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1 Tasting Note

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216 tasting notes

Surprisingly good for being a few years old! I got two full pots’ worth of tea out of this; the first was sweeter than the second, and I think that the blossom probably stewed a bit between pots. It’s a pity Full Bloom Tea has gone out of business. (They’re also the source of my big glass teapot, the one that I used for everything before I got my wee little pot because, amazingly, the spout never dribbles.)

But this was a blooming tea, and you want to know how pretty it was! So: it was very, very pretty. The dry leaves were wrapped in a heart-shaped lump. They unfurled into incredibly long tendrils of tea around a pink clover center. See for youself: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cait_tea/4497665430/

~lauren.

Photos, Yay! Love it! I had an art display tea today too and it was exciting to see the unfurling (the tea was a bit delicate, though).

Cait

Tea is just so pretty, y’know? And I’d love to get better at photographing it!

~lauren.

I saw some of your photos on steepster flickr group – lovely!!! keep drinking tea and posting, I’m enjoying your posts and photos!

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