One of the most visually appealing drinks you could have on a rainy New York City morning. Breakfast! Espresso for Pierre. Some things you cannot change ;) Baguette heel, butter and raspberry jam. Music playing softly in the other room. Getting ready, getting dressed. Tea makes the morning serene.
….ahhhhh. The leaves used to make this (and all other quality flower craft teas) are of the non-bitter sort so you can continue steeping it over and over again. Sometimes I even manage to make single flower craft tea last the entire day. You can tell the quality of the craft tea based on the bitter/non-bitter factor and how well the flower holds together after multiple steepings. The idea is that you don’t have to worry about floating leaves because the flower should keep it’s shape (and thus the leaves) together. I usually get mine from Tay Tea, Cha An, or In Pursuit of Tea. Beware cheap teas! You really get what you pay for when it comes to flower craft teas.