Ever wonder what a Teaposy flowering tea taste like? This is a question we receive quite frequently. Teaposy teas are created from the finest Silver Needle White Tea, and lightly scented with fresh Jasmine flowers. Each tea is individually hand-sewn with cotton thread combining tea leaves and a...
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The perfect indulgence, Teaposy Quartet includes four unique blooming teas: Lady Fairy, Butterfly, Heart of Love, and Falling Water. Made of the finest silver needle white tea, these Teaposies also use natural rose, calendula, lily, and jasmine flowers for beautiful presentations that deliver fragrant and delicious teas.
If you’re new to Teaposy, Quartet Teas is a great introduction to these distinctive blooming beverages. Once you’re done enjoying the antioxidant-rich brew, be sure to set your Teaposy in cold water. It can be preserved and displayed for up to five days.
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Single Origin Silver Needle Tea
Each Teaposy blossom is made exclusively from full length leaves of single-origin Silver Needle White Tea, grown, harvested, and packaged in the Fujian Province of China. 80% of the tea is harvested during the spring and 20% during the autumn, the ideal times because of the nutrition accumulated in the leaves during the winter and summer months. This creates the tea’s clean, high quality taste that can’t be found anywhere else on the market today.
Infused With Jasmine
Teaposy blossoms not only have flowers sewn into them, they are infused with the scent of jasmine as well. However, no artificial flavorings or perfumes are used to create this soothing aroma. Jasmine flowers are handpicked at their peak blooming time of 1 pm and placed with the Teaposy buds for hours so they can naturally absorb the floral scent. When placed in hot water to brew, the teaposy will fill the air with jasmine as it slowly opens.
From start to finish, every teaposy is carefully crafted by hand to create a blooming work of art. First, the tea is handpicked, dried, and withered for two hours at 212° to remove impurities. Then, the Silver Needle Tea is sorted leaf by leaf and placed in bundles of equal length and weight. Once sorted, fresh flowers and the Silver Needle White Tea are hand-sewn together to create the beautiful shapes revealed during the brewing process.