These vibrant blue flowers from Asia transform a simple tea drink into a magical blue concoction! We’ve created a delicious herbal tea with the butterfly pea flowers, a unique blend of berries and a splash of creamy vanilla to make a yummy herbal tea great for any tea party or gathering. We also thought this tea would be great for kids, hence …There are lots of ways to enjoy the goodness of plants, but for accessibility and simplicity, it’s hard to beat a good cup of tea. Herbal tea blends are a fantastic way to combine the synergistic qualities of different plant allies, and creating your own allows you to craft steepable combinations that cater to your personal nutrition goals and flavor preferences.Designed by skilled artisans from the Yunnan province in China, these fine green tea leaves are hand tied with cotton thread around a delicate boquet of both Jasmine and Rose flowers. As the tea flower blossoms into a spectacular visual bouquet, it imparts a mellow flavor, a delicate floral aroma, and a smooth velvety flavor.Sunny Morning Herbal Tea Blend with Linden Leaf & Flower One of my very favorite things to do is to make a big mug of tea first thing on a bright spring morning, and head out into the garden and chicken yard.Herbal teas can be made with fresh or dried flowers, fruit, leaves, seeds or roots. They are made by pouring boiling water over the plant parts and letting them steep for a few minutes. The herbal tea is then strained, sweetened if desired, and served. Many companies produce herbal tea bags for such infusions.Chamomile flower tea is one of the most consumed teas in the world behind regular black tea. Chamomile flowers have a naturally sweet taste with a hint of an apple flavor. Chamomile is a good herbal source of magnesium, and is known as a soothing and relaxing herb.Tea blending is the blending of different teas together to produce a final product. This occurs chiefly with black tea that is blended to make most tea bags but can also occur with such teas as Pu-erh, where leaves are blended from different regions before being compressed.The aim of blending is to create a well-balanced flavour using different origins and characters.