This very special tea is a traditional Japanese infusion unlike anything else. Sakuracha means "cherry blossom tea" in Japanese (桜茶), getting its name from the iconic pink cherry blossoms that bloom throughout Japan during spring. The flowers are mixed with ume plum vinegar and salt, then left to infuse for 3-4 weeks. It's considered a very special tea in Japan, typically served at weddings because it is believed to represent new beginnings.