Imperial Chrysanthemum Herbs Tea Jiangxi (10 pcs Free 2)Product Code 1319000210
RM0.00*Gold Card member price: RM54.40
Product includes: 10pcs single Chrysanthemum flower (2pcs King, 3pcs Queen, 5pcs Premium Grade), FREE extra 2 pcs Premium Grade (Inside package, worth RM9.60). Imperial Chrysanthemum is Herbs tea. Product origin from China Jiangxi.
Imperial Chrysanthemum Herbs Tea Jiangxi (10 pcs Free 2)
This exquisite tea is made with premium grade Jinsi Huangju (Golden Thread Chrysanthemum) harvested from the organic farms in Xiushui County of Jiangxi Province, China. Adopting the conventional dehydration process, the appearance of the chrysanthemum is meticulously preserved. When steeped, it opens up into a beautiful bloom with layers of golden yellow petals. Not only is it a feast for the eyes, but it also yields a crystal-clear amber infusion with delightful flavour and aroma.
Imperial Chrysanthemum has rich contents of flavonoids, amino acids, vitamins and trace elements. It is a great everyday beverage that helps dissipate internal heat of our body, improve vision, calm our nerves and clear our thoughts.
Product Origin: China
Weight: 10 pieces + Free 2
Tea Type: Herbs Tea
Tea Intensity: Golden Yellowish
Taste: Sweet and Refreshing
Brewing The Perfect Cup
Tea Ware Selected: Glass
Amount of Tea: Add 1 pc Imperial Chrysanthemums into brewing vessel with capacity of about 300-500cc
Water Temperature: 100°C
Warming Up Brew: None
Brewing Time: Steep about 5 minutes. Drink it plain if prefer a rather natural refreshing taste and aroma. Alternatively, add in rock sugar, honey or Chinese wolfberry to enhance its thirst quenching effect. It is good for multiple brews. Re-steeping the chrysanthemum in a similar manner to enjoy the tea as it develops from steep to steep; continue re-steeped until the chrysanthemum is exhausted of flavour.
Storage: Keep away from sunlight, heat, moisture. Store in airtight container and keep it in the refrigerator.
The chrysanthemum will release its contents of chlorophyll and anthocyanidin after extended steeping. The infusion may turn green from bright yellow. It is normal and safe for consumption.
The natural colour of Chrysanthemum may change in the course of dehydration. Some flowers may have their core darker than the rest, which is normal. This does not affect its quality, and the product is safe for consumption.