Flowering Symphony

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Flowering Tea
Hibiscus, Lavender, White Tea
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The texture, floral notes, and color found in this beautiful flowering tea are inspired by American painter James McNiell Whistler. His works Symphony in White No. 1, Symphony in White No. 2, and Symphony in White No. 3 depict portraits of women dressed in flowing white gowns, and posing in rooms filled with beautifully decorated fabrics and flowers.

Where Whistler worked in light and color, the artisans who create these teas work towards flavor and color. With luxury white tea, hibiscus, and lavender blossoms, the cup is spectacular – watch closely as the flowers open, the hibiscus petals appear to bleed and paint the water. With honey notes, white tea sweetness, hints of citrus, and lilting floral undertones, this flowering tea is truly a masterpiece.

To brew, place one flowering tea ball in a 3-4 cup teapot, and add boiling water. Infuse until the ball is fully open (about 5 minutes). Be sure to use a strainer when pouring into your cup.

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