Elevating the Ordinary: A Guide to Floral Tea

Elevating the Ordinary: A Guide to Floral Tea

Indulging in a cup of tea is always a delightful experience, but why settle for ordinary? Flowers are a great way to introduce new flavours, aroma and colour to your tea collection.

In this guide, we will explore the benefits of flowers in herbal teas and why they make such a great addition to your favourite beverage.


  1. Rose 

Rose tea is a classic floral tea with a sweet and subtle flavour that's perfect for any occasion. The petals of the rose flower are infused in hot water, releasing a delicate aroma that evokes the feeling of a romantic garden. Rose tea is not only a luxurious treat but also a source of wellness with its antioxidant properties and high levels of vitamin C.


  1. Hibiscus

Hibiscus tea is a brilliant blend of tart and sweet, made by steeping the dried petals of the hibiscus flower in hot water. It is an exceptional source of antioxidants which may help lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Served cold, hibiscus tea is a refreshing and invigorating drink perfect for a chic summer soirée.


  1. Chamomile

Chamomile tea is a timeless classic, a go-to for relaxation and tranquility. Made by steeping the dried flowers of the chamomile plant in hot water, it has a subtle taste and a delightful aroma. Sipping chamomile tea before bed is the perfect way to unwind and soothe the senses. Beyond its calming properties, chamomile tea is an good source of antioxidants, promoting overall health and wellness.


  1. Mallow flower

 Mallow flowers are the delicate and beautiful flowers of the mallow plant. They have a mild, slightly sweet flavour with a gentle floral aroma.

Mallow flower tea is perfect for those looking for a soothing and relaxing tea experience. It has anti-inflammatory properties and has been traditionally used to ease respiratory issues and digestive discomfort. 


  1. Lavender

Lavender is a stunning flower known for its calming and soothing properties. Infusing dried lavender flowers in hot water produces a light and refreshing beverage with subtle floral notes. Lavender tea is an exquisite way to let go of negative thoughts and feelings, while also promoting a good night's sleep. The benefits of lavender tea extend to its antioxidant properties, making it an excellent choice for your body as well as your mind.


  1. Linden blossom

Linden blossom tea is a delicate tea made by steeping the dried flowers of the linden tree in hot water. It has a sweet and floral flavour with a subtle hint of honey. Linden blossom tea is a natural sedative and is perfect for those looking to unwind and relax. It is also an excellent source of antioxidants, promoting an overall state of wellbeing.


In conclusion, floral teas are a beautiful way to add elegance to your tea collection. Each flower offers its unique flavour and aroma, along with a range of health benefits.


At Nectar & Leaf, we curate a selection of floral, fruit and herbal teas, blended with care to bring you a sophisticated tea experience.


Elevate your tea game and indulge in the luxury of floral teas. 



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