Violet Tea

Violet, featured in strong fragrance, slight bitterness and a little bit mystery and dignity, leaves a faint fragrance after eating, and magically changes colors in brewing, from light purple to light brown, and from light blue to pink after dropping lemon juice.

Roselle Tea

Roselle tea is brewed with roselle, belonging to scented tea. Roselle, also called hibiscus, has medical effects on maintaining beauty, losing weight and lowering pressure, especially suitable for females, and contains various nutrients including acid, Vitamin C, edertriglycoside and citric acid, beneficial to balance blood fat, promote calcium absorption, promote digestion, detoxify and induce urine, eliminate taedium vitae and relieve effects of alcohol.

Feverfew Tea

Feverfew is a perennial herb of chrysanthemum family, 50-140cm high, wholly covered with white villus. Stem bottom is slightly lignified, in light fuchsia, and new branches are angulate. Leaves grow alternatively, of oval or ovate-lanceolate shape, 3.5-5cm long and 3-4cm wide, obtuse at front end, heart or wedge-shaped at bottom, generally with pinniform drastic crack on edge.

Plum Tea

Plum tea is made with plum flower bud (5g) and green tea (5g), and brewed with boiled water for 5 minutes, which has medical effects on treating abdominal fullness pain and poor stomach intake.

Vanilla Tea

Vanilla tea refers to liquid drink brewed with plants sending out unique fragrance, generally including rose tea, lavender tea, chrysanthemum tea and mint tea.

Marigold Tea

Orange-yellow sun-like marigold, also called asphodel, originates in South Europe and the Mediterranean coast. Ancient Egyptians believed that marigold can delay senescence, and Indians worship it as a sacred flower. In medieval ages, marigold had already been used for would healing in the medieval times, and also for treatment of plague and black plague. In Normandie, France, marigold is used to dye into golden yellow. Tradition has it that it also has the function of weather prediction. Blooming before 7 in the morning indicates a sunny day, otherwise it’s going to rain.

Lotus Tea

Lotus, also called lotos and water cabbage, is a perennial aquatic ornamental of nymphaeaceae, which has long and fat stem growing underground, merus and round leaves. It blooms from June to September, with flowers growing on top of pedicel and multiple petals growing in receptacle holes, in red, pink, white, purple and other colors, or with colorful veins or edges. Its nuts are in oval shape and seeds in ovate shape.

Artichoke Tea

Artichoke tea is a cultivated species and renascent herb, also called lily of France and lotus lily. Involucrum and receptacle contained in flower bud are edible, and so are the petioles after boiling and cooking, which have a refreshing taste. The tea is rich in Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin C, ferrum, starch and others, has a vegetation smell, and tastes a little bit bitter but quite refreshing.