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Exploring The Health Benefits And Delightful Taste Of Jasmine Dragon Pearl Tea



Are you a tea lover looking for a new and exciting tea experience? Look no further than Jasmine Dragon Pearl tea, a delicious and fragrant loose leaf green tea from Fujian, China.


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Cups For Making Flower Tea



Using well-selected Fujian Silver Needles and dehydrated flowers (Gomphrena, Yellow Chrysanthemum, Jasmine, Lilies, Marigold and Carnation etc.) as material, the series of flower tea is carefully made with the combination of unique handicraft and modern technology.


Flower Teas Have Many Effects To Gain The Benefits Of Them



Using well-selected Fujian Silver Needles and dehydrated flowers like Gomphrena Globosa, Yellow Chrysanthemum, Jasmine, Lily, Marigold and Carnation etc. as material, the series of Flower Tea is carefully made with the combination of unique handicraft and modern technology. The beverage looks light green and yellow, clear and bright. It has a fresh mellow fragrance and a sweet aftertaste, with light green tea dregs. While brewed, the flowers are very charming and attractive, since they merge with the color, smell, taste, and shape of tea. You can not only enjoy the delicacy of tea and mellowness of flowers, but also can appreciate the sense of beauty.


Craft Of Making Flowering Tea (Blooming Tea)



Flowering teas, or sometimes called “blooming teas”, are a combination of tea leaves and various types of flowers such as Globe Amaranth, Marigold, Lily and Jasmine, skillfully tied together into bundles that are painstakingly designed to unfurl into beautiful, artful shapes when brewed. Given this, they should be brewed directly in a tall clear glass or glass teapot, so you can enjoy both the taste and the artistic display.


Can Flower And Fruit Tea Be Brewed In Cold Water?



It is not recommended to use cold water to brew flower and fruit tea, as it can affect the taste of the tea. The taste of the flower and fruit tea brewed with cold water is relatively light and cannot fully release the aroma of the tea.