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White chrysanthemum tea premium
This chrysanthemum tea is pesticide free and is called organic tea in Thailand.
Taste rating: herbal, medicinal, flowery floral, with a subtle hint of smokiness in the aftertaste
The taste is not particularly strong, but it depends on how much tea you use. Usually we use 1-2 teaspoons for a cup or a teapot of 300 ml. Strong chrysanthemum tea tastes bitter, so in Hong Kong it is not regarded as a tea in its own right, but rather as an ingredient in pu erh tea.
Chrysanthemum tea is made from the fresh blossoms of the chrysanthemum flowers. These flowers are mainly native to East Asia, as well as China.
This flower tea is very popular in China because of its yin effect. The philosophy of the balance of yin and yang in food and drink is deeply rooted in every Chinese.
- You can learn more about yin and yang in this article Experienced.
In addition to this cooling effect, chrysanthemum tea is known in China to strengthen and protect the liver and eyes.
Chrysanthemum tea should be brewed with water that is a temperature around that 95˚C has.
It is a good idea to serve the tea in a glass teapot so that you can see the flowers. the Color of tea varies from clear to yellow.