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Flower Flavor Tea Dried Butterfly Pea Flower Tasted Blue Tea

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Product Type: Flavored Tea
Type: Flower Tea
Variety: Butterfly Pea Flower Tea
Place of Origin: Shanghai China
Brand Name: Herbary Bio.
Model Number: HBQ0106
Packaging: Bag,Bulk,Sachet
Certification: Other
Grade: AA+
Shelf Life: 2 Years
Specialty: Health Tea,Organic Tea,Slimming Tea
Processing Type: Raw
Weight (kg): 1
Style: Blooming Tea
Product name: Butterfly pea flower tea
Material: Dry Flowers
Color: Blue
Package: 1kg
Selling Units: Single item
Single package size: 21X21X21 cm
Single gross weight: 1.5 KG
Package Type: Bulk packaging.
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Butterfly Pea Description:


Butterfly-pea flower tea is a caffeine-free herbal tea, or tisane, beverage made from a decoction or infusion of the leaves of the Clitoria ternatea plant and dried Lemongrass.

Butterfly pea flower tea retains many of the medicinal properties of the Clitoria ternatea as well as extracting the deep blue color of the petals that has made the plant a popular dye for centuries.


The bright blue petals from the flowers of the butterfly-pea plant have been used as an ingredient in herbal tea drinks throughout the region for centuries as well as used in cooking. The blue flower imparts its blue color when steeped in warm or hot water, leading it to being used as a dye, as well as to add color to various foods such as the rice dish Nasi kerabu.

In Thailand and Vietnam the tea is commonly known as nam dok anchan, which mixes the butterfly pea flower tea with honey and lemon for a drink usually served after dinner, or a refreshment at hotels and spas. The nam dok anchan drink has been described as being a typical local drink like chamomile tea is in other parts of the world. The tea is found in both hot and cold varieties, where the cold version is often mixed with honey, mint, cinnamon, passion fruit, and ginger.