Royal Lily Bloom Tea by thepuriTea

Tea Type: Flowering White

Where To Buy: thepuriTea

Product Description:

Royal Lily Bloom is a hand-tied white tea that blooms into a gorgeous gradation from muted-green white tea buds to delicate, canary-yellow chrysanthemum petals to a vibrant spray of blossoming crimson lily. This regal, sophisticated tea is a classic “flowering tea” or “blossoming tea” in terms of its appearance, but its flavor is no shrinking violet… Surprisingly full flavors of cocoa, malt, flowers, fruit and chestnuts set this tea bloom apart from other flowering teas.

Short infusions of Royal Lily Bloom are perfect with mild breakfast foods, mild Buddhist Chinese foods or mellow desserts. It can also steep longer over meals or at parties for a White-Peony-like aroma and deeper flavors of caramel, malt, apricots and chestnuts

Tasters Review:

I LOVE Flowering teas…the beauty, the art, the tradition…

I’m not the most patient person but flowering or blooming teas are certainly worth the wait!  This one…Royal Lily Bloom Tea from thepuriTea is no exception!  This is a real winner!

I did 3 infusions on this bloom!  Here are my findings…

1st infusion…
It was YUMMY!  It was Sweet but still floral. Weird thing tho…the bloom…bloomed…but upsidedown! I tried to flip it gently several times and it just wouldn’t belly-up! Regardless is was a delight to my palate!

2nd infusion…was still good!  It was Floral-sweet and even juicy. The aftertaste reminded me of Chestnuts…a sweet Chestnut more than a bitter-nutty Chestnut.

3rd infusion was semi-fruity and semi-floral and sweet. A bit sugar-like…and still VERY good!

Take TIME for this BLOOM…it’s WORTH it!

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