Blooming Chrysanthemum

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Mar 9th, '11, 00:31
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Blooming Chrysanthemum

by SlientSipper » Mar 9th, '11, 00:31

I recently bought some "Wild Chrysanthemum"
Its obviously a blooming tea. Its yellow in color and is sweet and mild.
More fragrance then taste. Not entirely my type of tea but, its decent.
Do any of you have any blooming teas that you would recommend?
bonus points if not from Adagio or Teavana.

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Re: Blooming Chrysanthemum

by teaboy » Apr 11th, '11, 05:57

Hello there, just wanna ask if you are you looking for the best taste or for the flowers' appearance?

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Re: Blooming Chrysanthemum

by SlientSipper » Apr 14th, '11, 01:43

taste really.
thanks for responding to this thread.

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Re: Blooming Chrysanthemum

by gingkoseto » Apr 15th, '11, 12:57

When people mention blooming tea, they usually mean tea leaves (sometimes with flowers) bundle together into a flower shape. Is your chrysanthemum like that or just individual flowers?

I drink chrysanthemum flowers all the time and love them :D They are widely available in Asian groceries and online stores. But what I drink has white flowers and yours is probably another varietal.

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