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Spirito Di Vita - Natural Blooming Tea

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It's perfect for impressing guests during tea gatherings or special occasions.

A brew that’s sure to spark joy as the edible flowers bloom in vibrant red, orange, or yellow in your cup. Experience profound satisfaction as you sip this handcrafted white tea. Immerse yourself in its exquisite flavor and explore its delicate profile.

Origin: China

Ingredients: Green Tea, Amaranth Flower, Jasmine Flower, Natural Jasmine Flavour

Pack Size:  8-10g/ball

Type: Green/White

The current stock of our Celebration collection is made with Green Tea, Amaranth flower, Jasmine flower blended with the natural flavor of Jasmine

Caffeine level: Caffeinated

Brewing temperature: 80-90°Celsius / 176-174°Fahrenheit

Brewing time: 

Teapot: Enjoy the mystery that unfolds as the tea ball blooms into a flower.

FLAVOR: Slightly aromatic, floral, sweet with the base of green tea

EFFECT: Refreshing, soothing, and Stimulating

PERFECT for For unwinding and enjoying life’s precious moments


  • Fill kettle with fresh water. Do not use previously boiled water. Water that has been previously boiled loses oxygen and can weaken the flavor of your tea.
  • Ensure water is heated to the proper temperature for steeping
  • Warm the teapot and/or teacup with hot water. Pour some of the freshly heated water in teapot or teacup and rinse. This will warm the teapot or teacup, keeping tea hot for a longer period of time.
  • Pour the water and brew the tea. Let the tea infuse for three to five minutes depending on your desired strength. When your tea is steeped, remove the infuser.

To discover the delicate subtleness of each flower tea always follow the instructions. Feel free to experiment with dosage, time or temperature when you get accustomed to tea. Higher temperatures, larger amounts of leaves and longer steeping time will result in stronger tea with more astringency.