Chrysanthemum Buds (Tai Ju) Pu-erh Tea Bag

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Chrysanthemum Buds (Tai Ju) Pu-erh Tea Bag
Product Tags
Chrysanthemum Teabag Ripe

Pu-erh: Fengqing County, Yunnan Province, China

Chrysanthemum Buds: Hangzhou city, Zhejiang Province, China


Chrysanthemum buds, Pu-erh

Production Date:

November 30, 2021


About 3g per bag


Remarkable aroma of chrysanthemum buds and a touch of Pu-erh’s flavor


Reddish brown


An initial sweetness carrying that smooth and mellow taste accompanied by

the strong fragrance of chrysanthemum buds


Low caffeine (less than 10% of a cup of coffee)


Store in airtight, opaque packaging; keep refrigerated

Shelf Life:

The aged the better

Angel's Comment:

This is a Pyramid combining the mellowness of pu-erh and the fresh sweetness of chrysanthemum, and we also highly recommend it for those who are new to Pu-erh.

We have long been committed to providing our customers with delicious and healthy tea, and we firmly believe that the raw materials are a deciding factor in the end quality. Because of this, we focus much of our attention on quality leaves from the very first step when we made the decision to start offering tea bags. Our bags are pyramidal in shape, providing enough space for the leaves to stretch and unfold and fully release their aroma and flavor.


This tea bag is blended with a specific ratio between the Hangzhou chrysanthemum buds and Yunnan loose pu-erh tea leaves. With no added flavoring, the pronounced chrysanthemum flavor dominates over the aroma of the dry tea leaves, and the tender, mellow taste of the pu-erh mixes well with the chrysanthemum’s freshness.

Recommend Brewing Method

Western Method

Teacup (mug): 12oz / 355ml
212ºF /100ºC
One tea bag
Brewing time: 5 - 8 minutes

* It's ideal for using in travel, cafes, meetings, workplace, festivals, and camping etc.

Cold-brewing Tea

Cold-brewing tea can reduce the release of tannic acids, in turn ensuring the flavor comes out less bitter. The lower temperature also dissolves the amino acids in the tea first, additionally sweetening the tea as well; when cold tea enters the mouth, the ketones and scent molecules volatilize in contact with the body’s higher temperature, causing the aroma to spread and fill the entire mouth.

Cold brewing tea

1. Put a tea bag into a prepared, empty container.

2. Fill the container with pure, distilled, or mineral water. A good starting point for the ratio is 1g of tea per 100mL of water, adjusted to personal taste.

3. Store the container in the refrigerator for 4-8 hours.

Once brewed, ice cubes and fruit can be added according to your preferences. Grapefruit, oranges, and lemons are common choices, and herbs like mint, rosemary, and others can also be added, and will make the flavor richer and more complex.

Cold brewing tea

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