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Osmanthus Flowers

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a Brief Introduction to
Osmanthus Flowers

Osmanthus is caffeine free with a rich aroma and wonderful lightly sweet taste. It is delicious as tea by itself, or can be added to green tea or anxi wulong tea. Osmanthus with Big Buddha Dragonwell is very popular, and even has a famous song named after the blend. According to Chinese medicine, this tea is cooling that can help move out inflammation and soothe the respiratory system.

According to Chinese myth, osmanthus are mythological trees that grow on the moon. Ancient Chinese painted the full moon in the color of osmanthus flowers. Osmanthus flower in colors ranging from silver-white to gold-orange to reddish does not grow on bushes like rose or chrysanthemum, but on evergreen trees that can grow up to 5 meters tall. The very tiny flowers blossom in clusters on the branches. There are only 9 days between the buds opening and completely dropping on to the ground and osmanthus has the best aroma and taste for only 3 days during that time. Once the farmers harvest the flowers, they spend 14-16 hours in drying in order to keep the original color. This process will remove most of moisture to prevent worms being bred. There are farms dedicated in growing osmanthus trees since it became such a popular herbal tea. Osmanthus grows in autumn around the moon festival season, the Chinese use it for drinking and cooking quite regularly.

Osmanthus flowers native to China and well-known for its delicate fruity-floral apricot aroma are also used in some of the world’s most famous and expensive fragrances. It is also used to scent tea like osmanthus scented green tea and some other scented teas. According to scientific research, osmanthus flowers contain health enhancing microelements like Selenium, Cobalt, Manganese, and Molybdenum. The dried flowers have a fruity taste reminiscent of sweet summer apricots. A cup a day promotes beautiful skin.

make the perfect cup of
Osmanthus Flowers

    • Teaware
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    • Glass Pot, Porcelain Pot
    • Leaves
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    • 3/4 TBS (4G)
    • Water
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    • 500ml Filtered (Spring) Water
    • Fire
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    • 100°C | 212°F
    • Time
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    • 2-3 Min for 1st Infusion
    • Infusion
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    • 4-5 infusions

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