About This Tea
While we carry both the buds and flowers of Chrysanthemum, the difference lies in the taste. Chrysanthemum flowers have a stronger taste while the buds brew delicate and light. Chrysanthemum means “Golden Flower” in Greek. It has been traditionally used in Chinese medicine since the 15th century to help cool and detoxify the body.
|Brew Color:||Yellow emerald|
|Benefits:||May help cool and detoxify the body and improve eyesight, antibacterial, contains antioxidants|
|Flavor Profile:||Delicate and mellow with an earthy sweetness|
How to Brew
- Start with filtered water for the best brew.
- Use 1 teaspoon of tea for every 8 oz. of hot water. Adjust amount to your preferences.
- The ideal water temperature is just under boiling point, between 200-212°F.
- Brew this tea for 5 to 7 minutes.