Marigold Jasmine Flower Tea

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Origin: Fuding, Fujian, China

Ingredients: Made of Silver Needle Green Tea, Marigold and Jasmine Flower

Taste: A fragrant, sweet taste, lingering flower scent mixed with tea flavor

Brew: a single tea bundle in a clear glass in boiling water. Glass Cup: 10cm in height, over 7cm in diameter

Health Benefits: Thanks to the combination of green tea leaves and dehydrated flowers, blooming tea has many health benefits such as delaying the ageing of cells, whitening the skins, improving immunity etc. Jasmine can harmonize the stomach, regulate the flow of vital energy, nourish the liver, improve visual acuity, help produce saliva and slake thirst.

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My teapot came yesterday! Out of nowhere on Friday it started being tracked on USPS…in inland Massachusetts. I’m just glad it avoided this whole weather mess. It is SO cold here. I think it was windy earlier this week because of Sandy when it was near FL, and now it’s even windier because of this cold front…and it is so so so so cold.

I picked this at random from my bag of flowering teas. I’ve noticed that there are so many people who make their opinion known about how they’re just for show. Pfffttt. I would eat flowers all day long so you better believe I’ll make it and drink it, and also admire it.

This one has some fruity notes to it but obviously the strongest notes are jasmine. It’s very sweet, and the floral notes are actually quite mild. I’m not sure how to explain, it’s like it’s clearly jasmine you’re tasting but it’s not in your face, like you’re drinking perfume. The marigold lends just a bit of a different note, giving the floral taste a bit of complexity.

I love flowering teas. I also love that you can brew them so many times. And then after that’s done, I think I’ll just put room temp water in there and stare at it. And I’ve got 9 more to go!


Hurray for the new teapot!

Invader Zim

I’m glad you got your package before the brunt of the storm. I’m slightly worried about some I have coming in myself.


Tea in transit in this weather… I’m thinking it’s a new thing called “pre-steeped.” Eep!

Invader Zim

Thanks Nik, now I’m doubly worried!


Oops, sorry. :D


Glad your package finally arrived!!

I’ve never really brewed a flowering tea. How do you keep them from getting bitter??


The directions even say to use boiling water, and I’ve not had a problem yet with bitterness. I steeped this one for 3 min or so and there was no problem.

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It’s a beautiful, sunny, Sunday here today, so I spent the morning in the garden catching up on my reading (Ryan Lavelle’s ’Alfred’s Wars’, if you are interested), watching the cats play, and drinking this flowering tea. It looks fantastic and I love watching flowering teas open. Better yet, this tea was still light, slightly fruity and very refreshing despite having been in the cupboard a while. A great start to the day and spoilt only by the need to crack on with some work now.


That sounds like a beautiful morning! I think I might copy you, replacing watching cats with watching my dogs wrestle. Thanks for the inspiration!


I heartily recommend watching pets of all sorts play as being both therapeutic and pleasurable. When accompanied by good tea, it is a definite tonic. :)


did you win that contest for flowering teas? i won some :) i am not sure if i received one of these with it


No, I don’t even recall entering it. This is just part of a variety pack that I bought with an old order to Teavivre.

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