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Strong notes of steamed rice
Dominant notes of steamed rice in the beginning which subside to reveal softer notes of cooked beans in the middle and ends on a note similar to a crust of dry brown bread
Use O2 rich water, running stream or RO filtered
Get the water temperature right to the recommended temperature
Use the suggested quantity above with the approximate water
Infuse the leaves for the recommended time by our Tea experts
The amount of caffeine this tea contains
Blue pea flower is known to have a variety of health benefits due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Some studies have shown that blue pea flower has a positive effect on brain function and memory, as it is a source of flavonoids which have been shown to have a positive effect on cognitive function. It is also rich in essential vitamins which are good for skin, hair, and eye health. Being caffeine free, blue pea is also considered to be a natural remedy for anxiety and stress, as it has a calming effect on the body and mind.
Butterfly pea flower changes color based on the pH level of the liquid it is steeped in. When steeped in water with a neutral pH (around 7.0), the butterfly pea flowers will produce a deep blue color. When you add a dash of lemon or citric acid to the liquor, the color will change to various shades of blue that range from deep cobalt to mesmerizing azure. The color change is due to the fact that the pH level affects the acidity of the liquid, which in turn affects the stability of the anthocyanin pigments present in blue pea.
It is usually recommended to have 2-3 cups of blue pea tea a day. Rich in antioxidants, it helps improve your digestive system and is best had after a meal since it boosts your metabolism over a period of time.
Blue pea has a light and floral taste, with a hint of earthiness and a subtle sweetness. You can also decipher light vegetal nuances if steeped longer. This is often consumed plain, but it can also be sweetened with honey, sugar or stevia, or combined with other herbs such as lemongrass, lavender or mint to enhance its flavor.
Blue pea flower does not contain caffeine. It is a good alternative for people looking for herbal teas with potential health benefits such as antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties.
Dried blue pea flowers can be stored for a long period of time, usually up to a year or more, if they are stored in an airtight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and moisture. The color and flavor of the dried flowers might gradually fade over time, but you will still be able to enjoy the flavors and get the innumerable health benefits this tea has to offer.
Butterfly pea flower, also known as blue pea flower, is not considered a traditional "tea" in the sense that it does not come from the Camellia Sinensis plant, which is used to make traditional teas such as black, green, oolong and white tea. Blue pea is considered more of an herbal tea, which is made from the dried flowers of the "Clitoria Ternatea" plant commonly found in South-East Asia rather than the Camellia sinensis plant. Hence, it doesn't have any caffeine content and offers a different set of health benefits.
We work directly with the growers in Southern part of India such as Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Andhra Pradesh. The plant thrives in warm and humid climates and is commonly grown in home gardens and small farms. We work closely with these farmers to ensure we have access to the freshest of harvest during the peak growing season and are able to give you pure, whole flowers throughout the year. Blue pea flower (Clitoria ternatea) is native to tropical Asia and is also grown in other Southeast Asian countries such as Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia.
Blue pea flower is called blue tea because it's got a bluish hue to it and makes for deep blue infusion when steeped in water. The blue color is due to the presence of anthocyanin, a type of flavonoid that gives many fruits and vegetables their blue, purple, and red hues. The blue color can change to purple or pink depending on the pH level of the liquid it is steeped in, for example adding lemon juice will change the color to pink. This unique characteristic of color change is what makes it popular in culinary and mixology.
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