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Fairy Lily

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Flowering Green Blend
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Edit tea info Last updated by Jillian
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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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From Primula Tea

Primula Flowering Teas are made by artisans in China. The flowering teas are comprised of hand sewn AA grade Green Tea with all natural flowers. The green tea is blended 5 times with jasmine to make for an aromatic scent. The package includes green tea with 12 different styles and colors. There is a lot of belief that the antioxidants contained in the green teas are very healthy. It is also believed that there are certain healing benefits for brewing flowers. The health benefit guide will take you through this journey.

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This is a wonderful Flowering/blooming tea! Sure it has a slight Jasmine scent but it is just enough especially for someone who doesn’t LOVE Jasmine. I made a LARGE Mug full so my first and 2nd steeps where blended together. The first steep was much darker than I thought it would be – that was a pleasant surprise. The taste was a tad green tea tasting but it also reminded me of a white tea for aftertaste. There was a bit of non-jasmine floral taste to it and even a small hint of sweetness, too! I really like this one! Thumbs up!

Carolyn

It sounds nice. Are you using a glass mug? I’ve only done the blooming teas in a wine glass, which looks beautiful but is not the best way to drink tea.

TeaEqualsBliss

I add the hot water to a glass mini tea pot…and let bloom…when ready pour into a regular mug and resteep in the glass until ready to pour.

takgoti

That picture is absolutely gorgeous. As soon as I get time, I think I’m going to have to do a little photographic experimentation with some glass pots and a light box.

TeaEqualsBliss

Takgoti – Youtube has some really cool still/shots/pics and/or video for blooming teas! WAY COOL!

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Beautiful bloom; Mediocre green tea. Tastes like their Camellia Joy.

TeaEqualsBliss

I remembered over steeping this…it was pretty mellow until I over infused…

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Received this and other Primula teas for holidays. I love the look of the blooming teas, but have yet to find one that competes in taste.

I did try one blooming tea that I thought was fairly amazing – called Heart of the Dragon – but I’m not sure what company, if any, it came from. A local tea shop carried it for a while. They purchased all their teas during trips to Asia and also had family there that sent them tea. Heart of the Dragon blooming tea was hand-tied also and, when it opened, the tea leaves spread out like talons and a red rose bud could be seen in the middle. The rose looked just like a heart – and not the cartoon-type, either.

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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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