Onyx Chrysanthemum, Tisane/Herbal Tea (20g)
20 GRAMS OF CHRYSTANTHEMUM FLOWER TOPS. These whole Chrysanthemum tops come from an indigenous varietal to Wuyuan county in Jiangxi province, China. The Ying family produces these competition winning flowers at Xiao Qi farm. By autumn harvest, the blooms are plump with full petals; the tops are simply hand-plucked and dried. Naturally, this tisane does not contain any caffeine. On its own, the brewed tisane has notes of honeycomb sweetness with toasted sesame and an herb-like medicinal finish. It is commonly served with the addition of rock sugar or honey.
ORIGIN: WUYUAN, JIANGXI, CHINA
PROCESS: WHOLE TOPS, DRIED
ELEVATION: 200 METERS
CUP NOTES: HONEYCOMB, SESAME, MEDICINAL
Water Temp: 200*F
Total Brew Time: 5 mins
Signature Beverage: Iced Chrysanthemum Detox Tea
Rock Sugar: 10g
Water Temp: 200°F
Total Brew Time: 5 mins
-Add 200g of ice to shaker
-Fill cup with ice
-Shake tea over ice and decant into a cup with ice.
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CONTENTS: 20 GRAMS OF WHOLE CHRYSANTHEMUM TOPS - Easy-to-brew whole dried flower tops from Competition winning flowers at Xiao Qi Farm. Chrysanthemum tea has been known to promote a good metabolism, heart health, vision health and more.
THESE CHRYSANTHEMUM TOPS DO NOT CONTAIN CAFFEINE. Chrysanthemum tea has known health benefits such as: deep relaxation, lower blood pressure, reduce inflammation, lower cholestorol levels, and more.
SUPER RICH IN BETA-CAROTENE. Excellent source of magnesium. Vitamin A and C are found in high amounts in Chrystanthemum Tea. This tea may increase blood flow, especially to the heart.
DOCTORS RECCOMEND: Please do not consume Chrysanthemum with certain prescription medications such as Statins for lowering blood pressure. This may cause negative and dangerous side effects.
ALLERGY NOTE: If you are allergic to daisies or ragweed, you might also be allergic to Chrysanthemum. Always consult your doctor if you are unsure before consuming this product & others.
Chrysanthemum flowers are a very old tradition in Chinese medicine, and today, it’s commonly enjoyed in many Asian countries in drinks, cooking, and as medicine. There are several varieties of chrysanthemum, and they can range in color from white to pale or bright yellows. Wuyuan county is well-known for its chrysanthemum fields; their indigenous varietal is winter hardy and yields large, flavorful blooms. These dried whole flower tops are highly recommended for brewing through multiple small steeps. We are excited to be able to share this tea with you thanks to our partners at Hugo Tea Co., a team of tea experts who share our commitment to transparency and high quality sourcing.
XIAO QI (晓起) FARM
Huang Ying and her husband plant every spring, allowing their flowers plenty of time to form deep & robust root networks, increasing the flower’s capability to survive the winter. Their fields are naturally fertilized and grow through the whole summer, so their autumn harvest enjoys big, beautiful blooms. In the chrysanthemum world, the Ying family is well known for producing these competition-winning flowers.
TISANES (HERBAL TEA)
Tisane is the French word for herb, and it is commonly used to describe herbal teas. Herbal teas are infusions made from steeped flowers, herbs and other plant materials. Naturally, most tisanes do not contain caffeine; although a few do, such as yaupon and yerba mate. A true tea must be prepared from the Camellia sinensis plant, then processed for a resulting white, yellow, green, oolong, or black tea.