Huge blossoms—check out the picture—that’s actual size! Really interesting dry aroma. I used to drink a ton of chamomile and this has a fruitiness with a peppery note to it and isn’t really like chamomile at all.
Creamy-white, fluffy flower heads release a smooth, moreish infusion with soft, subtle fruit notes. An unsung hero of the herbal tissanes, chrysanthemum is wildly popular in China for its taste and the widely held belief that it has associated health benefits, being particularly good for the eyes. Naturally caffeine free, it makes a great alternative to chamomile and peppermint.