Chai Diaries Blooming Tea
Blooming, or Flowering tea, can be described as a bundle of dried tea leaves (usually green or white tea) wrapped around one or more edible flowers. Once the tea leaves are bound together, the ball is set aside to dry or bake for 20 - 30 minutes on low heat. Some sources also add an oxidation and firing process after the balls have been dried. Once all processing is complete and the tea balls are ready to steep! A single ball is placed in a hot pot of water and the blooming process begins. The end result is a fully blossomed flower and a pot full of tea.
It has been said these luxury tea balls are created in remote tea gardens in the Yunnan province of China. However, it is unclear when and where this method of tea was first created.
$40.00Host a tea party even the Queen of England could get behind with Chai Diaries Combination Box Blooming Tea Set in Guava, Lychee, and Peach. Learn More
$12.00Awaken your senses and sooth your soul with Chai Diaries Mango Blooming Tea. At first steep, you'll be surprised by the fruity and floral aroma wafting from your teapot and tingling your nose. The light and airy taste of this green tea will soon have you kicking your feet up without a care in the world. With tranquility like this, we know you'll want to share. Luckily, you can! Each Chai Diaries Blooming Tea ball steeps two pots of tea and with seven hand-sewn balls in each tin, you'll have plenty of serenity to go around. Learn More
$10.00Tea often provides much needed relief and a soothing experience for your soul in the cold winter months. But what about the other times? The times when the weather is so hot, even the chickens are laying hard boiled eggs! Those grueling times call for something a little more chilling and a little less boiling. We'd like to introduce you to your inevitable summertime friend - Chai Diaries Iced Tea! Invigorating flavors such as Berry Blast, Blood Orange and Rose Oolong will surely distract you from the haunting summer heat and keep you captivated well into the cooler fall months. Learn More