Dried chrysanthemum, the most common herbal tea in China, especially popular in Hangzhou area. People drink dried chrysanthemum mostly during the summer season because of its health benefit in the traditional Chinese medicine. The tea is light and clean, with a rich chrysanthemum aroma, no bitterness.
Dried chrysanthemum can be brewed by itself either hot or cold during any season for a lovely beverage. It also can be brewed with Long Jing green tea which is produced in Zhe Jiang as well to add a pinch of flavor with just 5-7 flowers. Another popular drink is brewing dried chrysanthemum and dried wolfberries together, which we believe can soothe the tired eyes.
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