Baby Chrysanthemum

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Chrysanthemum
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Average preparation
Boiling 4 min, 15 sec 250 oz / 7393 ml

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  • “Apparently I do not actually like chrysanthemum tea, as I’ve disliked it both of the times I tried it. The lady at VitalTea Leaf let me sample two of the teas they had, and this was one of them....” Read full tasting note

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Chrysanthemum derived from Greek as gold flower, and known in Chinese as “Ju Hua”. Native throughout China, and prized for it’s medicinal properties. Reputed to remove excess heat from the body which may cause the flu, dry throat, mouth, and facial breakouts. The flavor is soothing with a natural sweetness that can be enjoyed hot or cold. Baby Chrysanthemum is grown in Zhejiang province.

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Apparently I do not actually like chrysanthemum tea, as I’ve disliked it both of the times I tried it. The lady at VitalTea Leaf let me sample two of the teas they had, and this was one of them. The flavour reminds me a bit of soy milk, but not in a good way (I love soy milk). It kinda tastes like plastic packaging that has been heated in the microwave. Not soapy, just a bit like melted plastic. I might use the world “grainy” to scribe the smell of it. Nothing floral or cirtus-y like I expected. It is a very odd flavour. Maybe this tea is amazing for those who like this flower, but I can’t say I wish to try it again.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 15 sec 2 tsp 250 OZ / 7393 ML

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