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Volcano Flower Burst

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Individually hand made from premium Chinese green tea hand tied with hibiscus, lavender and amaranth flowers. Watch a dazzling spectacle as this tea erupts into an amazing display. Sold in Packs of 4 tea balls.

Volcano Flower Burst

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Volcano Flower Burst is named for the Tengchong volcano in the Yunnan Province of China. The volcano last erupted in 1609 during the Ming Dynasty. It is believed that an artisan who lived near the volcano tried to appease the universal forces responsible for it. He chose blooms of amaranth, hibiscus, and lavender, believing their roots in the volcanic soil would lend power to his creation. Concealing the flower in a tea shell represented his hope that the volcano's lava would stay trapped in the mountain. The volcano has not erupted since.

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