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May 16, 2016
Chinese Tea for Paulownia NEW
by: Anonymous

Dear all,
Paulownia and tea - that seem to be a secret chapter hidden in a secret book. I am trying to find out about it too.
I am an enthusiastic tea drinker and I love chinese tea. I am importing my the myself directly from China to Central Europe.
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I got the impression that the terms Tea and Paulownia don't refer to the Paulownia/Paulowniaceae tree but simply to camellia sinensis the tea plant. It seems to be an expression used for high quality tea when "for paulownia" is added to the name. Mostly I have seen that with JinJunMei black tea (hong cha).
Please google to find it: jinjunmei for paulownia
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As I said I am trying to find out about myself, so I do not give any guarantee that this entry is correct.
Kind regards

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That is not that hard to keep in mind the rules how to make chinese paulownia tea. However, in the area where I live it is hard to find this kind of tea. But it is quite easy to solve your college assignments when you are really busy.

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May 03, 2012
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The flowers are very large, 2.5 to 3 inches in size with a 'foxglove' appearance. they are very beautiful.

If you want very mellow tea with a hint fo native sweetness, gather the blossoms as they are 3/4 open or within one day of opening. THe color is richest then. If you prefer your tea with a hint of bitter (some people do) then gather the older flowers which are just starting to brown at the tips. Fresh flowers yield a light violet tea. Dried flowers a light amber tea.

This year I am making a paulownia flower cordial by steeping five dozen flowers in boiling water (3 liters), granulated sugar (2KG), 100 gram of citric acid and 8 zested, sliced lemons. Let the whole thing set covered for 48 hours, then filter and freeze in pint bottles. Later dilute with soda water to taste. Delicious - similar to elder flower cordial, but a rosy pink instead of yellow.

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