Artisan Tea Crafts
Artisan Tea Crafts in this section weare pleased to feature several beautiful tea creations from the far east. Drop one of these in a clear cup or pot and watch the hand crafted Tea and flower petals unfold like an underwater lily all the while infusing your water with a near mystical taste!
- Anthony & Cleopatra Heart Shaped
Anthony & Cleopatra Heart Shaped
- Delirium Blossom
Delirium Blossom tea balls are made from Amaranth, Marigold and Osmanthus blossoms and some very tippy tea leaves from the highlands of Yunnan. Quality is paramount – not just any flowers and tea will do. The artisan chooses his ingredients both for flavor profile and texture, but also for color and impression. The blooms must be the brightest […]
- Ginseng Lily Flower
Ginseng Lily Flower tea that we are pleased to offer you here, is a fabulous example of what can be done with a high quality green tea. Using all natural ginseng and the loving touch of a Master craftsman. The tea selected for its creation is a top quality Yunnan – known for its large leaf, strong aroma […]
- Longing Heart
Longing Heart is a fine an example of one of China’s finest artisan teas. Only the finest Huang Shan leaf is used and tied according to ancient technique. We invite you to brew a pot today and let your mind and heart turn east towards the mystical mountains of Anhui.
- Lovers 3 Flower
Lovers 3 Flower tea ball. To the left its dry wrapped state and below….. Magnificence! Tea legend has it that the creator of Lovers 3 Flowers found a parallel between the idea that the flowers picked by the maiden could provide a glimmer of warmth in her heart the fact that his teas could do the […]
- Romeo & Juliet Heart Shaped
Romeo & Juliet Heart Shaped
This kind of tea is a work of art, as well as a taste or pure exotic indulgence. These hand sewn balls of Chinese green tea that unfurl when infused. Each one is subtly different to the next, but regardless, you are bound to be delighted both by the taste and the display of this pinnacle of the tea makers art!
If your not sure how these work, here is a You Tube video that some kind tea enthusiasts put up online. It shows the process as it happens by speeding the video up some six times or so.