Royal Chrysanthemum tea promotes immunity and more. Our organic Royal Chrysanthemum has a delicate fragrance and a mildly sweet, herbal flavor with notes of honey in the finish.
Each flower is good for 2 more refills of hot water in a 6-7oz cup. The petals of our Royal Chrysanthemum are edible.
+ Immune boost
+ Metabolism boost
+ Heart health
[ x ] Certified Organic [ x ] Antioxidants [ x ] Non-GMO
[ x ] Naturally caffeine-free [ x ] Zero calories [ x ] Vegan
9 x Individually Packed Organic Chrysanthemum (27 cups)
Pour hot water (190F) over 1 flower in a small server or a cup and use bamboo tongs to keep the flower submerged. Watch as the flower unfurls and enjoy the visual splendor. Infuse for a minimum of 3 minutes. Sip and enjoy for a moment of Zen and delight. 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 gifted to the Royal family at the time.
Light, lovely flavor. The chrysanthemum treat is a real treat and the beautiful blossom can really brighten any gloomy day.
This is a sublime, pristine flavor of an over looked flower! Delightfully fragrant!
It keeps its incredibly shape after 3 fillings. Next to the Rose, it’s my favorite one!
This is a wonderful and light tea, feels like a small treat each time I reach into my pantry for it! Also, it retains it's flavor well when you add water and steep again, I also like adding a bit of honey too!
Chrysanthemum tea has SO many health benefits, especially for clearing heat in TCM, and I am always looking for a good quality flower. The traditional Chinese tea shops, even in Hong Kong, sell a very off-white/gray tiny bud flower tea that has a sulfite smell and clogs tea strainers. The flowers that came in my assorted set from the-qi.com were actually perfect. They didn't break apart as easily as other chrysanthemums I've had, and they are such a vibrant yellow. The taste and smell is very light and delicate, not strong at all. Blue lotus apparently takes some getting used to (or addition of juices or sweeteners) but this one makes an easy and relaxing cup of tea. I wish it weren't so expensive, but the ability to brew multiple cups helps.