Flowering tea or blooming tea: When steeped,...
Flowering tea or blooming tea: When steeped, the bundle expands and unfurls in a process that emulates a blooming flower, while the flowers inside emerge as the centerpiece.
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1.Place One Tea flower into a glass teapot.
2. Pour hot water (85-90C) into the glass teapot.
3. Watch for three to five minutes as it turning from a tiny ball into a beautiful flower.
4. Pour all the tea into cups when it reached desired strength.
5. Brew it again. You may be able to do this up to 5 times, depending on how much tea you made, and how long you brewed the tea for the first time.
Flowering tea or blooming tea ( 香片, 工艺茶, or 开花茶) consist each of a bundle of dried tea leaves wrapped around one or more dried flowers These are made by binding tea leaves and flowers together into a bulb and are then set to dry. When steeped, the bundle expands and unfurls in a process that emulates a blooming flower, while the flowers inside emerge as the centerpiece. Typically they are sourced from the Yunnan province of China. Flowers commonly used in flowering teas include globe amaranth, chrysanthemum, jasmine, lily, hibiscus, and osmanthus.
Flowering tea is generally served in containers made of glass, or other transparent material, so that the flowering effect can be seen. Water temperature 85-90C The bundles can usually be reused up to five times without the tea becoming bitter.