All About Blooming Tea
Tea Blossoms is a trusted source of amazing Blooming Teas for customers all over Australia.
Blooming flower teas, also known as flowering teas or blooming teas, are a type of tea that are made by hand-sewing tea leaves around dried flowers. The flowers are typically made from chrysanthemums, jasmine, lilies, or marigolds. When the tea is steeped, the leaves unfurl and the flowers bloom, creating a visually stunning and aromatic tea experience.
The origins of blooming flower teas can be traced back to China, where they have been enjoyed for centuries. The practice of hand-sewing tea leaves around flowers likely began as a way to add fragrance and flavor to the tea. The art of making blooming flower teas was traditionally passed down through generations, with skilled artisans dedicating years of their lives to mastering the craft.
In recent years, blooming flower teas have gained popularity outside of China, as people around the world have discovered the unique beauty and flavor of these teas. The tea leaves used in blooming flower teas are typically high-quality, such as green tea or white tea, and are carefully selected to complement the flavors of the flowers.
The process of making blooming flower teas is quite labor-intensive and time-consuming. The tea leaves are first hand-sewn around the dried flowers using thread or fine wire. Next, the tea is carefully shaped and dried, so that when it is steeped, the leaves unfurl and the flowers bloom. The final product is a delicate and beautiful tea that can be steeped multiple times to reveal different flavor and visual aspects.
Blooming flower teas are a unique and beautiful way to enjoy tea. They offer a combination of visual and aromatic pleasure, as well as a delicate and nuanced flavor.
The tradition of making blooming flower teas has deep roots in Chinese culture, and is now enjoyed by tea lovers around the world.
Tea Blossoms is a leader in Blooming Tea. Our blooming flower teas are stocked by high profile hospitality venues around Australia, and can be enjoyed by you across over 19 varieties in green, black and white with both subtle and expressive flavours available for every taste.