This is my "go-to" tea at spring time when everything is in bloom. I find that the Osmanthus blossom helps dry up my sinuses but don't take my word for it, always check with your doctor for health benefits.
$2.00 – $46.99
This light green tea sprinkled with Osmanthus blossoms has a slightly sweet and refreshing liquor rounding out with a warm fruity apricot finish. The blossoms also add a wisp of tang to the liquor. The floral fragrance is delicate and not overpowering. Crisp and inviting hot. Refreshing when iced during the summer months.
Osmanthus blossoms are added to the tea leaves and allowed to rest to absorb the luscious velvety fragrance. In traditional Chinese medicine the popular Osmanthus blossom has many health benefits. While you are sipping this cuppa, take a moment to check out the health benefits this tea has to offer. Cultivar – Jiangxi Maofeng.
Green tea, Osmanthus Blossoms
(1 1/2 tsp (6 gr) to 6-8 oz water)
2-3 minutes @ 175℉
Number of Western Infusions: 2
(1 1/2 tsp (6 gr) to 3 oz water)
10 sec @ 175℉
Number of Eastern Infusions: 4