Tibet Spring Wild Flower
- Packaging: Box contains 60g of loose tea.
- Caffeine Level: caffeine-free
- Liquor: A burnt umber hue reminiscent of Tibetan monks’ robes
- Season: summer.
- Ingredients: Bright yellow flowers. (Sometimes sugar drops can be included)
- Storage: Store Tibet Spring Wildflower in an airtight container in a cool, dry place away from light, moisture, and strong odors to maintain its freshness.
- Shelf Life: 12-24 months.
Tasting notes: Distinct deep floral notes with a delicate sweetness. Very mild flowery taste and aroma.
Area of Harvest: Xinjiang province
Health Benefits: Tibet Spring Wildflower Tea, a caffeine-free herbal infusion, offers potential health benefits, including bassist with your sleep, and insomnia. A great antioxidants for overall well-being, digestive support, stress reduction, and hydration. While it can be a part of a healthy lifestyle, it's not a substitute for medical treatment, and individual responses may vary. Consult a healthcare professional for specific health concerns.
Brewing Suggestion: To brew Tibet Spring Wildflower Tea, preheat your teapot, measure 1 teaspoon of tea per cup, use 200°F (93°C) water, steep for 3-5 minutes, and enjoy the deep floral notes with a hint of sweetness. You can also try multiple infusions by gradually increasing steeping time for varying flavors.
Remember that these are general guidelines; adjust tea-to-water ratio and steeping time to taste. Brewing tea is personal, so experiment for your preferred balance.
Origine/History: Tibet Spring Wildflower Tea originates from Tibet, known for its unique floral and traditional remedies. Harvested in the Xinjiang province, it's made from bright yellow wildflowers, offering a caffeine-free, floral, and sweet taste. While its historical records may be limited, it reflects the region's rich herbal traditions and natural resources.