Tea in Bloom

Transform tea time into a mesmerizing display with these blooming flower teas and tisanes. Both are real flowers. The blooming teas put on a beautiful show, opening slowly while they steep and deliver delicious flavor and fragrance. The tisanes are actual dried flowers that add a unique floral taste to the brew. To showcase the flowers’ beauty as you enjoy its taste, Flower Pot Tea is meant to be served in glass. Each kit guides you with instructions, time estimates, and the number of infusions (or the lifetime) of each flower. The blooming teas and all of the tea flowers are sourced directly from different regions in China. And each tea is unique. The Lotus Tisane, for example, gathered from a monastery on one of China’s holy mountains, has a golden honey aroma that evolves into a subtle herbal fragrance. Whether you’re hosting friends or serving yourself a cup, these fragrant flowers entertain the senses.

Flower Pot Tea Company

Blooming Flower Teas

Tea in Bloom

Transform tea time into a mesmerizing display with these blooming flower teas and tisanes. Both are real flowers. The blooming teas put on a beautiful show, opening slowly while they steep and deliver delicious flavor and fragrance. The tisanes are actual dried flowers that add a unique floral taste to the brew. To showcase the flowers’ beauty as you enjoy its taste, Flower Pot Tea is meant to be served in glass. Each kit guides you with instructions, time estimates, and the number of infusions (or the lifetime) of each flower. The blooming teas and all of the tea flowers are sourced directly from different regions in China. And each tea is unique. The Lotus Tisane, for example, gathered from a monastery on one of China’s holy mountains, has a golden honey aroma that evolves into a subtle herbal fragrance. Whether you’re hosting friends or serving yourself a cup, these fragrant flowers entertain the senses.

Quick Questions

How do I prepare the teas and tisanes?

Each product has brewing instructions right on the box which gives an estimate of how much of the dry tea/tisane to add to a standard pot of tea. However, it's important to remember that it's all about you - feel free to deviate from the recommended amounts to suit your own tastes. We know some people like a lighter or heavier-flavored tea.

How many infusions is each tea or tisane good for?

Generally 2-3 infusions. After that, the colors and flavors of the flowers and tea diminish.

Do you use any artificial colors or flavors?

No, the flowers are exactly how you find them in nature, only dried. The tea is infused with natural fruit juice prior to drying.

What kind of tea do you use?

We use white tea, which is very similar to green tea. It is comprised of tea needles plucked from immature tea buds and simply dried without other processing steps. This gives the tea a more delicate flavor than green tea while packing the same antioxidant and nutritional punch.

Where do the teas and flowers come from?

The tea comes from the Fujian province of China, which is one of the world's premier tea-growing regions. The flowers come from producers all around China.

Can I keep the tea as a display piece?

Yes, you can actually! Just replace the warm or hot water you used to brew it with cold water. Be careful not to pour water directly on top of the blossom or rattle it around too much, as that will diminish the appearance. These can be kept for 5 days or more.

Is there caffeine in it?

The blooming teas contain a small amount of caffeine, generally less than a third of what you'd find in an equivalent amount of coffee. The tisanes are all naturally caffeine free.

Can I boil water in the glassware? Is it dishwasher safe?

The glassware we offer is both elegant and durable. However, while it can easily handle boiling water transferred from a kettle, do not put in the microwave or on the stove top. While we recommend hand-washing it, you may put it in the dishwasher.

Learn more about the products

Blooming Tea Flowers & Teapot Set see details Blooming Tea Variety Tin & Teapot see details Floral Lotus Tisane & Teapot see details
 

Flower Pot Tea Company

Blooming Flower Teas

Tea in Bloom

Transform tea time into a mesmerizing display with these blooming flower teas and tisanes.

Both are real flowers. The blooming teas put on a beautiful show, opening slowly while they steep and deliver delicious flavor and fragrance. The tisanes are actual dried flowers that add a unique floral taste to the brew.

To showcase the flowers’ beauty as you enjoy its taste, Flower Pot Tea is meant to be served in glass. Each kit guides you with instructions, time estimates, and the number of infusions (or the lifetime) of
each flower.

The blooming teas and all of the tea flowers are sourced directly from different regions in China. And each tea is unique. The Lotus Tisane, for example, gathered from a monastery on one of China’s holy mountains, has a golden honey aroma that evolves into a subtle herbal fragrance.

Whether you’re hosting friends or serving yourself a cup, these fragrant flowers entertain the senses.
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Quick Questions

How do I prepare the teas and tisanes?

Each product has brewing instructions right on the box which gives an estimate of how much of the dry tea/tisane to add to a standard pot of tea. However, it's important to remember that it's all about you - feel free to deviate from the recommended amounts to suit your own tastes. We know some people like a lighter or heavier-flavored tea.

How many infusions is each tea or tisane good for?

Generally 2-3 infusions. After that, the colors and flavors of the flowers and tea diminish.

Do you use any artificial colors or flavors?

No, the flowers are exactly how you find them in nature, only dried. The tea is infused with natural fruit juice prior to drying.

What kind of tea do you use?

We use white tea, which is very similar to green tea. It is comprised of tea needles plucked from immature tea buds and simply dried without other processing steps. This gives the tea a more delicate flavor than green tea while packing the same antioxidant and nutritional punch.

Where do the teas and flowers come from?

The tea comes from the Fujian province of China, which is one of the world's premier tea-growing regions. The flowers come from producers all around China.

Can I keep the tea as a display piece?

Yes, you can actually! Just replace the warm or hot water you used to brew it with cold water. Be careful not to pour water directly on top of the blossom or rattle it around too much, as that will diminish the appearance. These can be kept for 5 days or more.

Is there caffeine in it?

The blooming teas contain a small amount of caffeine, generally less than a third of what you'd find in an equivalent amount of coffee. The tisanes are all naturally caffeine free.

Can I boil water in the glassware? Is it dishwasher safe?

The glassware we offer is both elegant and durable. However, while it can easily handle boiling water transferred from a kettle, do not put in the microwave or on the stove top. While we recommend hand-washing it, you may put it in the dishwasher.

Learn more about the products

Blooming Tea Flowers & Teapot Set see details Blooming Tea Variety Tin & Teapot see details Floral Lotus Tisane & Teapot see details