Flowering Tea: Is It For Display Only?

These teas can resemble virtually any flavor imaginable.


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Nov 3rd, '15, 00:32
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Re: Flowering Tea: Is It For Display Only?

by MySundayTea » Nov 3rd, '15, 00:32

I like floral tea with only small addition of flowers so that you can taste the original tea (usually green tea or oolong tea) flavors together with the slight floral aroma when drinking the tea. Below is my favor : - :D Floral Luk On tea!
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Supreme Luk On - ingredients: Oolong tea - loose-leaf tea and Aglaia odorata
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Re: Flowering Tea: Is It For Display Only?

by janet11 » May 5th, '17, 23:31

I feel it's very good and increase the taste of tea to some extent. May be it will more popular among women.

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