Chrysanthemum flowers belong to the same family as Marigolds, Daisies, Echinacea, and other precious herbal plants. The name Chrysanthemum translates from ancient Greek as Gold Flower. In China Chrysanthemum flowers have been enjoyed for over 3000 years. They are grown in the Fujian Province of China, harvested at their peak, and then carefully sun-dried. Naturally, caffeine-free. Prepare with hot water and a little bit of sugar to taste, and watch the flowers bloom in your cup! The flowers last through multiple infusions, so a little goes a long way!
Note: 4 oz. of loose tea serves 20-30 cups.