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Teasenz is the blooming tea wholesale supplier for many tea and gift companies that delight their customers with flowering tea gift sets. We provide top quality flowering tea balls that you can use to create exquisite gift sets for retail. The market of artisan tea is growing faster than ever, and blooming teas are at the centre of this growth for several reasons:




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Our flowering teas are a treat for both the eyes and taste buds. Expert Chinese tea masters skillfully weave together fresh flowers like jasmine, marigolds and green tea buds to create a ball-shaped bloom. When steeped in hot water, the blooming tea flower delicately unfurls, providing a beautiful floral display. Made with only the finest Spring Harvest green teas, our flowering teas not only look amazing, but taste delicious as well. Each blooming tea ball can be re-steeped up to 3 times, yielding up to 2 liters of tea.


Flowering tea is generally served in containers made of glass or similar transparent materials so that the flowering effect can be seen. The bundles can usually be reused two or three times without the tea becoming bitter.[5]


The first major difference between flower tisanes and blooming/flowering tea is the way that they are produced! Flower tea is, simply, a flower that has been dried. It is naturally caffeine free and does not contain tea leaves. Flower teas can be whole flower infusions (like our flower teas), ground up of flowers as loose leaf tea, or blends of many different flowers and herbs.


While both being two of the most beautiful ways to drink tea, a major difference between flower tisanes and flowering tea is what you can use each type of tea for beyond drinking! With flowering tea, it is best to allow full infusion, and drink it as it is, with as few additives as possible. The reason for this is because the more you add to the tea, the more it will disrupt the bloom happening in your cup. Because the beauty of the bloom is hugely important to this tea, the versatility of what you can do with it is not as wide as it is with other teas.


I was pleasantly surprised by how informative this article was, having little to no knowledge of flower/flowering teas. Having a recent calling to experience the joys of tea, I wanted to learn more about the beauty and benefits of the flowering tea. Thank you.


The care and attention that has gone into making each of these giant flowering tea bulbs is evident, and watching them unfurl and release their flavour and aroma's really is a feast for all the senses.


Adding a little theatre to your day, Choi Time's giant flowering tea bulbs really are the ultimate tea experience, and if their beauty and subtlety of flavours wasn't enough, they aid digestion, strengthen the immune system, reduce the signs of aging, lower cholesterol and brighten the skin.


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Blooming flower teas, also known as flowering teas, are visually stunning teas that are made by hand-tying tea leaves around dried flowers. When steeped, the tea leaves unfurl and the flowers bloom, creating a mesmerizing display. They are known for their unique presentation and are perfect for special occasions or for impressing guests. They are also considered to be a luxury item and are often served in high-end tea houses. Learn more.


We offer a range of Chinese flowering tea plus a flowering tea gift set. In taste, they run from spring fresh Flowering Jasmine Arch to soothing Flowering Osmanthus. Our Flowering Tea Gift Set comprises four bulbs of Flowering Jasmine & Lily and the teaware you need to enjoy their show in full. Like all of our tea type, our flowering teas are produced to the highest standards. Each one is crafted by an expert maker in the famous tea producing province of Fujian.


The pageantry of a well made flowering / blooming tea ball is divine! Simply drop one of our Mango Flowering Tea balls in a pot of hot water and become mesmerized as the ball blossoms into a beautiful flower right before your very eyes. Once steeping is complete, enjoy the fruits of your labor with a delightfully refreshing cup of tea.


Exotic delicate flowering green tea with fragrant, sweet and lingering flowery taste. This tea is prepared by hand tying delicate green tea leaves around marigold and globe Amaranth blossoms that bloom when infused in hot water. A visual treat that is easy on the palate as well.


A Chinese artisan flowering or blooming tea, Lucky Flowering Tea is a beautiful reminder of spring. This hand crafted tea, made in Fuding, China, is perfect for brewing in a glass teapot to allow it to unfurl and display signs of spring while simultaneously brewing up a green tea with a touch of jasmine and lilly notes.


The blooming tea is derived from the Fujian province of China. Mostly commonly used flowers in the flowering tea include lily, hibiscus, globe amaranth, jasmine, osmanthus, and chrysanthemum. Serve blooming tea in a glass container to see the beautiful flower unfurl in front of you. The teas are all hand-made according to the Chinese traditional stories.


Benefits of consuming blooming flowering tea: Blooming teas are a rich source of flavanoids and cathecins. The presence of high level of polyphenols makes your look skin healthy and beautiful. The presence of antioxidants in the blooming teas also reduces the risks of cancer. It can also enhance the process of burning of fats, thereby helping in weight reduction and balanced metabolism.


A beautiful bouquet of four flowering tea buds, this 4-piece Numi petite bouquet flowering tea set offers up to 12 pots of invigorating, flavorful tea. This bouquet includes Dragon Lily, Sunset Oolong, Lavender Dream, and Golden Jasmine buds. Dragon Lily is a white tea with orange lily petals and a velvety apricot flavor. Sunset Oolong combines oolong tea leaves with lily flowers for a nutty richness highlighted by peach essence. Lavender Dream brings crisp, aromatic lavender flowers together with a tangy hibiscus flower, while Golden Jasmine offers golden-tipped black tea, scented with delicate jasmine and hints of chocolate. The pocket-sized tea box makes for a sweet token in retail applications. Alternatively, serve a bouquet in a glass teapot for an eye-catching, beautifully-blossomed display at your cafe, coffee shop, or spa. This tea set features handsewn tea leaves and flowers that blossom when steeped. It requires no tea bag or tea strainer, making it environmentally kind as well as easy to serve. Simply pour boiling water over the blossom and steep until the leaves have fully opened (about 3-4 minutes). Swirl tea to even the flavor before serving. After the first pot, the blossom may be re-steeped 2-3 more times for hours of enjoyment. Step away and savor the experience of sipping a premium tea product, with Numi teas. Since 1999, Numi has been providing quality teas that are rich in flavor, abundant in aroma, and contain 100% real ingredients with no added perfumes, fragrances, or natural flavorings. All of their teas are certified organic, Full Leaf Quality (FOD grade tea and above), and sourced from farms they know and have directly partnered with for years. With Numi teas, you can be sure you're getting the purest, best-tasting organic tea.


Flowering tea is a treat for the eyes, nose, and palate. Consisting of tea leaves woven around a dried blossom, flowering tea is brewed in a glass teapot so everyone can enjoy watching the tea "bloom." Skilled artisans create the tea bundles, weaving and tying them into a ball. Other names for flowering tea include blooming tea, blossoming tea, display tea, and tea balls.


In ancient times, people used tea as a herbal medicine long before drinking it for pleasure. They added flowers to boost the medicinal value and sensory delights of the tea. Some blossoms commonly used in flowering tea are jasmine, calendula, globe amaranth, marigold, and lily.


Flowers have been used in traditional and non-traditional medicines. For example, the calendula can treat more than a dozen different ailments. However, the normal concentration of flower elements in tea is too weak to make an effective medicine. Most of the health benefits of flowering tea come from the tea leaves.


Making and drinking flowering tea is a ritual that can have psychological benefits. Rituals can calm emotions, improve performance, and create social connections. In one study, holding a hot drink influenced the way people regarded others. Those holding a hot drink perceived other people as warmer-natured than those holding an iced drink did.


Supplements made of green tea, such as weight-loss products, may damage the liver, researchers have found. But there is no evidence that drinking flowering tea or other green tea products will affect the liver. Still, if you have liver damage, you should talk to your doctor before having green tea in any form.


Tea Drops flowering teas are bundles of tea leaves and aromatic flowers hand tied into special shapes. When steeped in hot water the tea leaves unfurl to create a visually pleasing display that emulates a flower.


Choose from black, green, white, oolong or pu-erh tea bundled around a variety of different flowers including rose, jasmine, amaranth and lily. Some flowering teas blossom to reveal 2 or 3 different flowers tied within the tea leaves, while others are intricately tied teas without blossoms.


Better known as flowering tea, due to how it opens up once covered in water. These artful creations are hand stitched together tea leaves, flowers and herbs. Every bloom is unique as you and I. The possibilities are endless as almost any flower can be stitched into the ball. For a little bit of heaven after work let one brew in your cup as you curl up and watch the bloom open.


5 flowering tea ball boxes in one tin! A great idea if you love the flowering tea balls and want to try a few or to separate and give as little gifts to 5 different people. They also make great Christmas Tree decorations! 041b061a72


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