One of the most attractive aspects of the tea experience is to see the color changes that occur in the form of brewed tea. The surprising movement of mixing hues driven by the varieties of herbal tea is quite exciting in a traditional pottery or porcelain tea set. They become even more visually stimulating, through the transparency of a Chinese tea or a tea flower.
This aspect of the preparation of herbal tea is far from blooming tea balls the days of afternoon tea and evening hours. The aesthetics of Chinese tea set or tea bloom adds a completely different kind of possibilities of drinking-tea experience. There is still an advantage to enjoy tea. Nutritious parts of herbs, plants and flowers, when boiled to consume the drink is reason enough to jump on the bandwagon of health, but a pleasure to see these ingredients are healthy for life teapot or cup of tea simply a supplement to the overall enjoyment.
Many manufacturers of tea or Chinese tea bloom in Asian traditions are in the design of their products. Chinese, Japanese and even Indian crafts can be seen in the beautiful and functional forms of these types of tea. The art of glass is blowing in the traditional setting Chinese tea sets, based on centuries of skilled needlework and masterful design that blends form and functionality in a robust and friendly service. Even the simplest models can enhance the joy of brewing one.
The tradition of flower tea, or blossom one, which took over hundreds of generations of artisans from Asia, is impossible to appreciate in any manner but a flower tea set. The skill with which the artisans can combine the herbs, flowers and plant material into a tapestry of organic beauty, can not involve in a regular tea. Experts tissue jasmine flowers, rose buds, chrysanthemum would regenerate literally when they dipped in boiling water, turned into dancing lovers and gold dragons just in the pot or a teacup.
Many tea producers are becoming aware of the popularity of tea or Chinese flowering tea set among consumers and creating new mixtures of biological factors, which improve the experience of drinking tea. A wide range of hues and shades would create the right combination of plants. Rich shades of red hibiscus, yellow glow of jasmine and chamomile, and a series of earth tones which comes from the preparation of green tea, black tea, rooibos tea, and the increasingly popular oolong tea, are never so beautiful for the eyes when indulged in all the Chinese tea set and flowering tea set.