Supreme Chrysanthemum

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Herbal Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Jesse Vidal Silva
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Boiling 5 min, 45 sec

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  • “ITS GOLD! Liquid gold I tell you! This has got to be some of the purest Chrysanthemum on the market in LA, it's organically grown and the tea is the whole flower; not just the petals. The flavor...” Read full tasting note
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From Bird Pick Tea & Herb

Chrysanthemum flowers have been grown in China as flowering herbs since the 15th century. They are harvested in the fall when they are in full bloom. When brewed as a beverage, Chrysanthemums produce honey-sweet scents and a soothing wintergreen-like flavor that instills a calming effect on the body. The resulting brew is fragrant, refreshing, mellow and naturally sweet.

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ITS GOLD! Liquid gold I tell you!

This has got to be some of the purest Chrysanthemum on the market in LA, it’s organically grown and the tea is the whole flower; not just the petals. The flavor is full and surprisingly sweet and goes down smooth without drying the palate. My secret is to boil the heck out of it for a few mintes, Chinese style (they boil all herbs from what I’ve been told).

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 45 sec
leaf and root

Thank you for this! I was looking for Chrysanthemums for tea and a general websearch yielded very little—mostly tea that would take at least a month in shipping. From your post I discovered Bird Pick AND was able to find what I was looking for. Thank you!!

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