Monday, July 16, 2007

Tea - Seven Angels

tea culture flower tea

Time for a tea break with another Tea Culture Chinese Flower tea - this is called Seven Angels

Seven Angles Flower Tea

This ball contains a mix of green tea and Jasmine flowers which when brewed develops into a most unique display

Seven Angles Flower Tea

A string of Jasmine flowers rise out from the central core to almost stand at attention

Seven Angles Flower Tea

There's a rich jasmine scent that is quite calming - the tea is delicate and just puts you at ease. It's a great tea to have when you want to unwind.

Related Posts:
Chinese Flower Tea
Good Fortune
Jasmine Pearls
Seashell with Pearls
Spring Snow


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15 comments:

  1. Wow, that one's gorgeous. I just bought my first one of these at a tea place in Vancouver, BC last week and can't wait to try it.

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  2. I have never seen anything like this, Haalo - so beautiful!

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  3. Do you knoe Haalo where I find this kind of tea on the internet. I love jasmin and having it in a tea sounds wonderful.

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  4. Thanks Phil, I hope you enjoy the tea.

    Thanks Patricia - this is one of my favourites.

    Hi Rose - i found this place that sells a whole lot of different versions - the prices are very reasonable too.

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  5. That's the prettiest tea on your blog so far, I think. Love the name too.

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  6. Hi Haalo,

    Have you been to that new(ish) tea stall in Prahran market next to Monsieur Truffe?
    I'm wondering whether they would have this there. I love tea and this looks just wonderful (I'm also a sucker for pretty teas) :D

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  7. Thanks Nora!

    Hi Ilingc - that is exactly where this tea along with Seashell with Pearls and Good Fortune come from. They have a great range of loose leaf teas too.

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  8. That is absolutely beautiful! Looks like a great present for someone special.

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  9. Thanks Nanners - I think they are great ideas for gifts.

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  10. Thank you very much Haalo for the link. They are indeed a steal and so beautiful.

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  11. My pleasure Rose - do let me know if you try some!

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  12. Your photos of it are spectacular!
    This looks like a breath taking tea!

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  13. Thanks Dayna - it is one of the prettier varieties.

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  14. i have to say this is the most glorious tea I have ever seen.

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  15. I agree with you Snaplings

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