Blooming Tea


Blooming tea has so many names such as flowering tea, hand-tied tea, display tea, artisan tea, crafted tea or china tea.
Although blooming tea has a striking appearance that has made it a Youtube phenomenon, it has a lot of health benefits
This tea is made using a variety of flowers like Osmanthus, Jasmine, Chrysanthemum, and globe amaranth. The flowers are then wrapped in either black or green tea leaves to create bulb shapes.
Blooming teas that blossom into a bouquet of breathtaking flavor, aroma, and visual delight.

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About Blooming Tea:

    Flowering tea is the most elegant and artful innovation in loose-leaf tea. Using premium-quality teas and botanicals sourced directly from family-owned farms, our artisans handcraft tea leaves and edible blossoms into our exclusive “tea flowers.” The result is a healthy, beautiful tea that’s rich in antioxidants and free of GMOs, cholesterol, and gluten. At Teabloom, you’ll find the largest and most beautiful variety of flowering teas in the world.

    Flowering Tea brings together elegance and art to loose tea. Tea artisans take freshly picked green tea leaves from higher-elevation gardens and hand tie them with edible flowers to come up with exclusive flavors and exotic designs. When steeped in hot water, these leaves slowly blossom into a bouquet of breathtaking flowers and exquisite flavors.

Steeping Instructions:

    1. Place one blooming tea in a durable teapot or mug (to enjoy the visual beauty of Teabloom flowering teas, we recommend using a clear glass teapot or large glass mug at least 3-4 inches deep).

    2. Heat fresh (ideally filtered) water to a boil in a separate tea kettle. Pour boiling water over blooming tea (about 4 inches).

    3. Steep until the tea flower has opened fully, usually 5-10 minutes. Stir in sweetener if desired. Serve and enjoy hot or over ice.
    Each tea flower can be steeped up to 3 times. Tea flowers may be stored for additional brewing in a sealed container in the refrigerator for up to 48 hours (remove water prior to storage). Alternatively, you may also enjoy the bloomed tea flower as a centerpiece by refilling the teapot with fresh tap water.

Benefits :

    Rich in Antioxidants
    Tea is known for antioxidants. That’s why lots of people associate it with the ability to get rid of harmful toxins out of the body. Besides that, blooming tea has a unique and pleasing look and taste. It has rare antioxidants called catechins and flavonoids you can’t get it any one tea.

    That is because blooming tea is a combination of different teas; each of those teas will provide the body with a variety of beneficial antioxidants..

    Nourishes the Skin
    Blooming tea is rich in a special compound called Polyphenols. Consumption of this compound which is present makes the skin healthy and beautiful. Not only does it make your skin attractive from the outside but also the inside. Thanks to its antioxidant effect, it will protect the skin from the UV radiation.

    It also ensures that the skin’s cells and tissue are maintained and repaired if necessary. Drinking blooming tea also reduces enzyme reaction, which causes collagen and elastin breakdown. If you want to have young and beautiful skin, then you need to drink blooming tea.

    Improves Brain Function
    Taking blooming tea boosts brain function by improving cognitive and motor skills. The tea contains catechin, which is a strong bioactive compound that protects neurons. This makes one smarter, alert, and mentally stable, and free from diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

    Boost Metabolic Rate
    Blooming tea is known to increase the metabolic rate. Since it has a strong antioxidant, it is useful in burning fats. It may help in reducing fat storage in the body which would in turn prevent the onset of obesity.

    That said, a healthy level of fats in the body is useful as a source of energy. Blooming tea encourages your body in the right direction but there are other major factors which affect fat level in the body such as exercise and diet.

    Reduces Stress
    Drinking blooming tea is a wonderful way to reduce stress. It has a unique and pleasant smell that’s so therapeutic. The tea also has theanine and amino acids as ingredients, which means it has a calming and stabilizing effects which are essential to avoiding depression anxiety, and stress management.

    Lilies found in blooming tea promotes a good night’s sleep and also soothes the nerves. Hence, if you drink a cup of blooming tea when you are stressed, it may help you more in relaxing your mind and staying productive.

    Kills Bacteria in the Mouth
    There are antibacterial and antiviral compound called Jasmine present in the blooming tea. They cleanse the mouth from bacteria which cause infection and bad breath. Bacteria infections in the mouth can cause oral cancer.

    Protects the Heart
    Blooming tea reduces cholesterol to its normal level. It regulates the LDL (low-density lipoproteins). It is essential to control the LDL because an excessive amount of LDL cholesterol triggers heart ailments.

    Blooming tea is suggestive that it may help in preventing cholesterol oxidation which causes the arterial walls to weaken, causing improper blood circulation. Effects like this, lead to blood clots and heart attack.

    Improves Digestion
    Blooming tea has a marigold ingredient. The beauty of the marigold is that it boosts the digestive system of the body. It relieves the pain and tightness in the stomach. Besides that, it improves nutrient uptake and soothes the symptoms of constipation, flatulence and bloating.

    Contains Anti-inflammatory Properties
    Blooming tea has anti-inflammatory elements which help in the treatment of arthritis. Research reveals that the intake of such foods and drinks that have polyphenols prevent the development of osteoarthritis by 50%.


10 g (1 Pc), 50 g (5 Pc)


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