With Or Without Blue
With Or Without Blue
With Or Without Blue

With Or Without Blue

Treat yourself to this enchanting blend of white peony tea with scatterings of pretty rose petals and butterfly pea flowers. A delicate, floral treat!

Made with dried butterfly pea flowers sourced from small scale, family owned farms across South East Asia, where they thrive in the tropical climate. 

No filters, no photoshop, the tea is actually blue! When the blue pigments released from the butterfly pea flower mix with other ingredients, you get a beautiful array of shades of blue tea; aquamarine, azure, indigo.. an added treat! 

Each pack contains 15 biodegradable tea bags which have been individually measured and packed by hand to ensure the perfect combination of flavours and colours. Note: The colour may vary slightly from bag to bag due to the natural variations of the ingredients.

✓ White Peony Tea (Bai Mu Dan)
✓ Rose 
✓ Butterfly Pea Flower

✓ A gentle mood enhancer
✓ Fights free radicals in your body
✓ Reduces oxidative stress in your kidney and liver
✓ Promotes weight loss

A lesser known way to enjoy this blend is as a cold brew. There are strong Chinese traditions which dictate that White Peony Tea (Bai Mu Dan) be served hot but there there is a sweetness that presents itself in a cold brew that is oh so good. Nevertheless, try it both ways to compare! 

HOT BREW
1. Add 1 teabag to 300mL of boiled hot water
2. Steep for 5 mins
3. Remove tea bag and enjoy its warmth
 
COLD BREW
1. Add 2 teabags to 500mL to 750mL of cool water
2. Leave in the fridge overnight.
3. Serve chilled, garnish with fresh herbs for some extra aromas and flavour.

INGREDIENTS

✓ White Peony Tea (Bai Mu Dan)
✓ Rose 
✓ Butterfly Pea Flower

BENEFITS

✓ A gentle mood enhancer
✓ Fights free radicals in your body
✓ Reduces oxidative stress in your kidney and liver
✓ Promotes weight loss

BEST WAY TO ENJOY

A lesser known way to enjoy this blend is as a cold brew. There are strong Chinese traditions which dictate that White Peony Tea (Bai Mu Dan) be served hot but there there is a sweetness that presents itself in a cold brew that is oh so good. Nevertheless, try it both ways to compare! 

HOT BREW
1. Add 1 teabag to 300mL of boiled hot water
2. Steep for 5 mins
3. Remove tea bag and enjoy its warmth
 
COLD BREW
1. Add 2 teabags to 500mL to 750mL of cool water
2. Leave in the fridge overnight.
3. Serve chilled, garnish with fresh herbs for some extra aromas and flavour.

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