Let’s Talk Tea | Fox Tea Club – Coconut Milk Blooming Tea | Review

Hey there Teacups! It’s time again for another Let’s Talk Tea post this time around I’m going to be reviewing a Coconut Milk Blooming Tea from Fox Tea Club. I’ve been wanting to feature a blooming tea in this series for a long time now but just never gotten round to it for some reason. I have no excuse now though from now on I’ll be making sure I featuring blooming teas more often now.

This particular blooming tea is White tea, clover flowers and jasmine hand-tied into a ball, and enriched with a delicate aroma of coconut. I can not put into words how amazing the aroma of this blooming tea is I could just sit and smell it for hours. It has a sweetened coconut milk aroma and a slight floral not that takes more of a backseat but is still deffinelty there.


In it’s dry form along with the tea and the jasmine I could see just the tiniest bit of the bright pinkie purple flower that was waiting inside. After opening the packet and seeing that I was beyond excited to steep this and see how it was going to bloom, I just wanted to see what that the beautiful pinkie purple flower looked like in it’s full form. What I love about blooming teas is the fact that they aren’t just tea they are like little works of art and I can’t get enough of them. (I can’t wait to hopefully have the chance to feature more blooming teas as part of this series – there are so many different kinds out there that I want to try)

Brewing Instructions(For a pot) Just put one ball in a clear teapot, add some 180F water, and watch it blooming. Wait 5 minutes, and the drink is ready. Each ball can be infused three to five times. – I brewed mine in my T2 Jug A Lot iced tea jug because it was just so much easier. – I had half of it hot and half of it iced later on. Because I used 1.2liters of water I only steeped this once. While I am aware that I could have steeped it more than once (which I normally do with my tea leaves) – because I used a higher amount of water the results of a second steeping just wouldn’t have been great so I didn’t chance it.


I won’t lie from experiences I have with blooming tea in the past I didn’t expect the tea from this bloom to be particularly strong at all… turns out I was wrong and all of amazing sweet coconut milk notes from the aroma carried straight through into the tea. The tea itself had a pink-ish tone to it which I can only imagine is a result of the clover flowers. once it was steeping the floral notes from both the jasmine and the white tea got so much stronger and paired with the coconut perfectly. I tried this both hot and iced and I think I prefer it iced (I’ve always been that way with white teas). It’s quite naturally sweet so there is no need at all to add any sweetener to it. I would even go as far as to say this is the best blooming tea I’ve ever had.

Overall Teacup Rating: 5/5

You can find out more about Fox Tea Club and purchase this beautiful blooming tea for yourself here. As always Teacups if you have any questions at all either stick them in the comments or send them to me on twitter (@teaisawishblog) and I’ll answer them as soon as I can.

Speak to you all on Wednesday. Happy Steeping! – Kimberley

One response to “Let’s Talk Tea | Fox Tea Club – Coconut Milk Blooming Tea | Review”

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