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Aroma of Tea: Chado Tea Spring Simmer Pot Recipe

Aroma of Tea: Chado Tea Spring Simmer Pot Recipe

Spring is almost here, flowers will be blooming all around us and we are ready for sunny days ahead.  Here in California we have had a cold and wet winter, a winter we haven’t seen in quite some time.  But as most people know we love our sun and blue skies!  Today we have a simmer pot recipe that will help to usher in the spring season here in Southern California and brighten up even the coldest of days.  Combining the beautiful scent of multiple flowers and the invigorating scent of mint and lemon, this simmer pot will leave you feeling like spring all year long!

Spring Floral Tea Simmer Pot



    • 1 tablespoon dried lavender

    • 1 lemon, thinly sliced

    • 1 sprig fresh mint

    • Roses or rose buds, stems removed

    • 1 cup rose petals

    • ½ cup Bianca tea

    • 10 drops rose essential oil

    • 10 drops lavender essential oil



  1. In a medium pot or dutch oven, combine all the ingredients and add about 4 inches of water.

  2. Bring to a simmer over low heat, if the water comes to a boil it will burn the flowers and ruin the aroma.

  3. Allow to simmer for several hours and refill with water as needed.

Try the tea mentioned in today’s blog!




This loose-leaf blend may be simple in recipe, but it’s big on flavor. Ingredients like chamomile flowers, rosehips and hibiscus blossoms infuse your cup while adding antioxidant and immunity boosting qualities. Making your taste buds happy and your immune system stronger.

Find other floral inspired teas on our website,