Chrysanthemum flower tea is highly sought-after in East Asian countries for its various beneficial properties. To brew it, steep in 90 to 95 degree Celsius water. The end product is translucent and ranges from palest to brightest yellow, and emits a delicate floral scent. As observed by Chinese custom, once a pot of chrysanthemum tea has been enjoyed, hot water is often added to the flowers in the pot (which produces a milder tea), and this process may be repeated several times.

  • caffeine-free.
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