Cleanse, detox, and more with Chrysanthemum flower tea. It has a delicate fragrance, a mildly sweet, herbal flavor with notes of honey in the aftertaste. Each flower is good for 2 more refills of hot water in a 6-7oz cup. The petals of Chrysanthemum are edible.
+ Immune boost
+ Metabolism boost
+ Heart health
[ x ] Naturally caffeine-free [ x ] Antioxidants [ x ] Vegan [ x ] Zero calories
9 x Individually Packed Organic Chrysanthemum (27 cups)
Pour hot water over 1 flower in a cup, use bamboo tongs to keep the flower submerged in water. Watch as the flower resurrect and enjoy the visual splendor. Let it infuse for a minimum of 3 minutes. Then inhale, exhale deeply and slowly sipping it with positive intentions. For other ways of enjoyment please see our BLOG.
Jiangxi, a southeast Chinese province across from HK, known for its pastoral landscapes of rice paddies, rivers, and mountains, centered on the Gan River valley.
Chrysanthemum originated a thousand years ago in the Song Dynasty (year 960–1279) in China. Chrysanthemum flowers come in many varieties, but the one we offer is a particular varietal called ROYAL CHRYSANTHEMUM as it was only gifted to the Royals at the time.
It is absolutely delicious (and beautiful!)
I keep a few chrysanthemum flower tea packets in my desks for those days that are extra crazy. It's been a great way to make a moment to reset
LOVE how these are naturally caffeine free. I started journaling recently and this has been the perfect pairing in the evening.
Saw this on youtube. Wanted to get it to triy it. LOVE it!