The captivating flavor of Osmanthus tea contains a range of notes from honey to creamy, and peachy to a bit spicy.
The Osmanthus flower is native to Asia. In China, it is the “city flower” of Hangzhou (Zhejiang Province), Suzhou (Jiangsu Province) and Guilin, (Guangxi Province).
Osmanthus flowers are also used to produce Osmanthus-scented jam, Osmanthus cakes, Osmanthus dumplings, soups, and Osmanthus liquor.
It does have a flavor of Osmanthus after brewing. Drink it and I can feel Autumn coming 🙂
Like this Osmanthus smell and flavor! So delicious! Very good choice to try