Anyone who is giving this tea a bad review is honestly just not familiar with chrysanthemum tea in general. It is incredibly popular in China and in any North American city with a large asian population. I grew up in a very multicultural city and was exposed to many cultures including Chinese culture from a young age. So i’ve been drinking chrysanthemum tea (often chilled in juice-box looking containers, and very slightly sweetened with honey), or hot either plain or with honey as a cold remedy. I find it to be extremely delicious, and my advice is, if you don’t like chrysanthemum tea, then don’t purchase or drink the object of your disapproval. However if you’re open to trying new things, or already have a penchant for chrysanthemum tea, you will absolutely love this tea, it is made of incredibly high quality pure chrysanthemum flowers and petals, and tastes explosively floral, slightly sweet, and has a flavour and aroma similar to the scent of freshly blooming spring chrysanthemums. (Side note… has anyone seen the movie Curse of the Golden Flower? – the Tang dynasty period-epic? – well, this is the golden flower.) All in all a wonderful tea, I just wish David’s would bring it back.
Flavors: Floral, Flowers, Fruit Tree Flowers, Lychee, Medicinal, Narcissus, Orchid, Perfume, Sake, Smooth, Sweet, Tropical, White Wine, Winter Honey