Camellia Rose Flower
|Country of Origin|
|An exquisite medium body taste profile. Smooth cup with hints of fruit and sweet floral wafting through the camellia delight.|
|Luxury green tea, Tea flower, Rose bud. Lavender blossoms.|
|This hand crafted tea, incorporates the finest black tea leaves Yunnan has to offer, hand-tied with tea flowers plucked from blossoming tea bushes, dried rosebuds and fresh lavender. An artisan, when asked about the tea explained the meaning behind its creation. The black tea leaves symbolize the historical importance of tea for the people of Yunnan, the bloom of the tea flower symbolizes a fresh new hope for the future and the rosebud and lavender symbolize the beauty of the natural world in which the artisans and tea growers live their lives.|
And now we have the answer! In a cup of containing the brewed tea leaves and flowers of the Camellia plant can be found the wisdom of 10,000 universes and the artisans of Yunnan province. Knowledge is power. (And in this case, an exquisite cup of tea.)
Hot tea brewing method: Place one ball in your teapot (ideally clear glass for maximum visual effect), and add boiling water. (Very hot or boiling water allows the ball to open, which allows you to see the art of tea better). Infuse until the ball is fully open, usually about 5 minutes. Watch the long leaves unfurl to reveal the hidden flower treasure. Note: Do not remove the leaves after infusing, contemplate life and enjoy a rare Chinese floral Tea. If you wish to have another cup of tea, simply pour more water on the leaves and infuse for another 1-3 minutes.
Iced tea-brewing method: Not generally consumed iced but if you do, (to make 1 qt) Place 3 Camellia Rose pods in a heat resistant pitcher. Add 1 1/4 cups freshly boiled water. Steep 5 min. Quarter fill a serving pitcher with ice water. Add steeped tea and fill with ice water. Garnish with 1 opened 3 Camellia Rose and sweeten to taste.