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Blooming Tea • Sip Sip

Blooming Tea • Sip Sip

Blooming Tea• Flowering Tea•

Whatever you want to call it, it is an artisan tea made up of dried green or black tea leaves wrapped in dried flowers that bloom when soaked in hot water. 

Blooming tea is typically sourced from the Yunnan Province of China.  

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The most popular flowers used for blooming teas are :-

  • Jasmine
  • Lily
  • Hibiscus and 
  • Osmanthus

When in hot water, the tea bag expands and spreads out, just like a  blooming flower. 

Blooming tea is best served in glass teapots and teacups for that perfect aesthetic! So you can see the tea take on a life of its own and bloom to perfection. 

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Another good thing about this tea is that each bundle can be used up to 3 times.  

Blooming teas are a must for that refreshing taste and unique tea experience. It also has several health benefits as with most teas, such as :-

  • Antioxidants
  •  Inhibits growth of bacteria in the mouth
  • Boosts metabolism
  • Improves mood and reduces stress
  • Jasmine for regulation of blood pressure
  • Alleviates pain  
  • Nourishes skin
  • Protects heart and boosts brain function
  • Tackles insomnia and so much more!  
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Blooming tea is not only beautiful, it is also beneficial!

So grab you some Blooming or Flowering Tea and experience this light, refreshing and gorgeous drink!

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