- Serving Size: 1.5g /cup
- Steeping Temp: 100°C
- Steeping Time: 5 mins.
- Certification: Organic
- Origin: Bulgaria
- Caffeine: Caffeine Free
Sunflower petals come from the beautiful sunflower plant, which with its bright yellow petals is a great treat to the eyes, used commonly in gardens, summer bouquets and decorations. Sunflower petals are often used for their decorative element in tea blends, crafts such as soap and paper making or sprinkled on salads. They are also used as natural fabric dye as their use can produce a dye in ranges of yellow and orange colors.
Story, Folklore, History...
The Sunflower in Culture:
The sunflower is the state flower of the US state of Kansas and one of the city flowers of Kitaky_sh_, Japan.
The sunflower is often used as a symbol of green ideology. The sunflower is also the symbol of the Vegan Society.
During the late 19th century, the flower was used as the symbol of the Aesthetic Movement.
Subject of Van Gogh's most famous series of paintings: "Sunflowers"
The sunflower is the national flower of Ukraine.
The sunflower was chosen as the symbol of the Spiritualist Church for many reasons, but mostly because it turns toward the sun as "Spiritualism turns toward the light of truth". Modern Spiritualists often have art or jewelry with sunflower designs.
Starting from February 2010, Kuban Airlines of Russia painted part of its fleet in a new livery featuring enormous sunflowers.
Tasting NotesCertification: Organic
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From the Shanti Tea Canada Blog
5 Warming Teatails - by Safiya Motala
5 Warming Teatails
What is your idea of cozy? A hot cup of tea with a good book? A glass of wine by the fireplace? Or simply, comfy clothes and a strong cocktail?
If these all sound about right, you will love the cozy teatail recipes below. To get started, here is a highlight on a few of the ingredients we’re using:
- Whisky – Whisky is a pretty easy way to make your drink warming. It has long been used as the beverage of choice to warm up on a cold night, and even used to soothe during times of illness.
- Chai – Chai could mean many things, so we’re going to use our Chai blend as a reference. Some of the spices in Chai are warming, such as ginger, pepper and cinnamon. Other ingredients are reminiscent of cozy times, such as cloves, that might make you think of the holidays.
- Ginger – Ginger is an easy way to make any beverage warming. The spicy, gingery flavour adds a kick to any tea or cocktail.