Have Flowering Tea | Be a Creative Writer

Have Flowering Tea | Be a Creative Writer

Hey tea lovers, is there is anything more lively than flowering tea? Can you spend a whole day without tea? It’s impossible for me. As a writer, I couldn’t start my day without a perfect cup of tea.  There isn’t a day that hubby, and I don’t sit down for a cup of tea, at least three times. We are addicted to tea.

One day I decided to try to have a complete day without tea. I was quite shaken. I was quite disturbed. ~Morrissey

blooming flowering tea

In the late afternoon, I usually take a break from my writing projects to enjoy tea time with my family. It is a tradition passed down to me from my grandfather. He saw tea as just as a must-have beverage after every meal.  I remember a discussion I once had with him when he was telling me about his tea experiences as a child. He was indeed a tea lover.

Are you wondering how could you drink tea many times a day? Is it a healthy beverage? When I researched to know the real benefits of tea, I found that a unique beverage, tea does relax you. Besides, it has less amount of caffeine, so it doesn’t mess with your focus and attention. Also, it does give you a boost of energy.

How tea helps me to write more creatively? Why I love to drink a cup of tea while writing. How tea can you improve your health and enhance your creativity. Read on to know how I incorporate tea into my writing projects.

For many tea lovers out there, tea is an essential part of their daily routine. I grew up enjoying afternoon tea as a cultural tradition, and now I also find out that tea can help you fuel your creativity.

Tea Quotes

Under certain circumstances, there are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea.

Henry James

You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to please me.

S. Lewis

Wouldn’t it be dreadful to live in a country where they didn’t have tea?

Noël Coward

I love to drink tea as a naturally healthy beverage. Research showed that polyphenols in the tea offer many health benefits. These are powerful antioxidants that help to keep you energetic and more creative.

Tea began as a medicine and grew into a beverage.

Okakura Kakuzō

True Creativity Booster

An important fact to know is that tea contains less amount of caffeine than coffee. L-Theanine in tea helps to boost creativity. It is a naturally occurring amino acid present in almost every traditional tea. It allows you to enjoy the benefits of caffeine while also relaxing you. Pretty cool, right?

Additionally, tea helps to lower cortisol levels. It means that it helps to relieve stress. Above all, tea is a perfect and healthy beverage when your working involves creativity. Tea helps when you feel your energy begin to dip in the afternoon. Tea relaxes you and at the same time, increases your cognitive thinking and ability.

How I Include Flowering Tea in My Writing Routine

I drink a cup of black tea earlier in the day while working on my writing projects and then drink flowering tea later in the afternoon. And of course, after dinner too.

flowering tea and creative writing

Black Tea and Green Tea are my favorite teas. I love the 100% organic teas from the blooming lotus that comes in tea bags and in the form of loose leaves too. Yes, they also offer a unique variety of signature flowering teas. Just have a look at their selection. Trust me; you are going to fall in love with these blooming teas.

During the afternoon, I spare some time from the laptop and social media. So, I can enjoy tea with my family. Often, I love to take a small bowl of yogurt and my favorite beverage. While sipping a cup of tea, I’ll usually treat myself with a little dark chocolate. Flowering tea and dark chocolate are a heavenly combination.

Let my brain renew its creativity and energy by having a soothing cup of afternoon tea energy after working hard all day. I love to chat with my little one or reading a book or just enjoying some quiet time to think over my writing projects.

Let’s stop for a moment, cease your work, look around you, and have a cup of blooming lotus tea.

Any creative writers out there? What’s your favorite flowering tea? Share your tea creativities with us.