Strawberry Flowering TeaFlowering Tea Ball | White
Bring good luck to your cup - these hand-sewn strawberry tea blossoms slowly unfurl when immersed in hot water.
Sweet, light liquoring
Fruity & vibrant
Delight in sweet moments
BLEND NO. 1006
Hand-sewn white tea blossoms with natural strawberry flavor
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Delicate whorls of sweet petals revel in the winds above, while paper-thin fins fan through waters tender caresses below. Grace and good fortune unfurl with each move.
About This Blend
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Your FAQs, Answered
For Strawberry Flowering Tea
White tea should be steeped for 3 minutes at a temperature of 180°F or 89°C.
Flowering teas are carefully hand-sewn, one by one, crafted to beautifully unfurl when submerged in (just before) boiling water.
To showcase the beauty of the flowering tea as it unfurls, we recommend steeping the flowering tea ball in a heat-proof glass teapot on a glass warmer, or a glass tea cup. This makes for a lovely table centerpiece as well.
All of the teas are simply amazing!!! Very clean ingredients, amazing flavor, amazing smell! My kids absolutely love all the fruity teas from this company!!! Packages are very pretty too! They make beautiful gifts! Will def be ordering again!
Flowering and green
Although it’s white, it tastes like green tea (which i love) and is beautiful to watch it bloom, but I detected no strawberry in mine at all, to the point I asked if it was mislabeled. TeaLeaves teas are my favorite since they have the most sweet, fruity flavors but unfortunately the flowering fruit variety apparently isn’t the same despite the description. Sadly it was a rare miss for me.
Although it’s white, it tastes like green tea (which i love) and is beautiful to watch it bloom, but I detected no strawberry in mine at all, to the point I asked if it was mislabeled. TeaLeaves teas are my favorite since they have the most sweet, fruity flavors but unfortunately the flowering fruit variety apparently isn’t the same despite the description.