Chrysanthemum Teas

In ancient Chinese history, chrysanthemum flowers were one of four highly esteemed plants cultivated by the nobility. As an herb, it was believed to have the power of life. Around the 8th century A.D., the chrysanthemum appeared in Japan and was later incorporated into the crest and official seal of the Emperor. The chrysanthemum was first introduced into the Western world during the 17th Century and now it is commonly added to other teas for its special floral flavor.


Chrysanthemum Tea Bags
Oriental Delight
Chrysanthemum Tea Bags

$5.25
Oriental Delight

$3.50
Chrysanthemum Flowers (Caffeine Free)
TenFu's White Chrysanthemum of Hang Zhou
Chrysanthemum Flowers (Caffeine Free)

$5.00
TenFu's White Chrysanthemum of Hang Zhou

$8.00
Eight Treasures Tea
Eight Treasures Tea

$9.00

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