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Osmanthus 桂花

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    Osmanthus (Kwai flower 桂花) was a herb used in ancient Chinese cooking for making desserts for the imperial court.

    Besides soothing the throat, Osmanthus has been used by Chinese for cleansing and nourishing liver and kidney which in turn may help to improve skin complexion. Its fragrance is relaxing.

    The fragrance and taste of osmanthus is often compared to apricot because it has a similar delicate sweet stone fruit scent and flavour.

    Osmanthus looks similar to Elderflowers but the fragrance is much more enveloping. When the plant is in full bloom as a poet in the Tang Dynasty named Song Zhi Wen described "sweet-scented osmanthus fell on the Moon as its fragrance in the sky was wafted through the clouds".

    Osmanthus is very fragrant even when a small portion is used. Filtered infusion works well in desserts.
    BREWING: 1 teaspoon / 3g per cup. Pour in boiling water and let it sit for 2-3 minutes. Goes well with a thin ribbon of lemon rind and honey or a light Chinese green tea such as Organic Sencha China.
    INGREDIENTS: Osmanthus (Osmanthus fragrans)
    ORIGIN: China

    We endeavour to process your order and dispatch within 2–4 working days.

    Compared with many other bigger tea suppliers, we only work with partners and their freshest tea. If there are any issues with your ordered items, we will let you know as soon as practicable.

     

    If you can order it, usually that means we have stock to send to you. Australian delivery usually takes 2-14 days. If your order is coming from overseas, usually it takes 9-14 days. 

    Australia Post delivery timeframe in http://auspost.com.au/parcels-mail/delivery-areas.html

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    Osmanthus (Kwai flower 桂花) was a herb used in ancient Chinese cooking for making desserts for the imperial court.

    Besides soothing the throat, Osmanthus has been used by Chinese for cleansing and nourishing liver and kidney which in turn may help to improve skin complexion. Its fragrance is relaxing.

    The fragrance and taste of osmanthus is often compared to apricot because it has a similar delicate sweet stone fruit scent and flavour.

    Osmanthus looks similar to Elderflowers but the fragrance is much more enveloping. When the plant is in full bloom as a poet in the Tang Dynasty named Song Zhi Wen described "sweet-scented osmanthus fell on the Moon as its fragrance in the sky was wafted through the clouds".

    Osmanthus is very fragrant even when a small portion is used. Filtered infusion works well in desserts.
    BREWING: 1 teaspoon / 3g per cup. Pour in boiling water and let it sit for 2-3 minutes. Goes well with a thin ribbon of lemon rind and honey or a light Chinese green tea such as Organic Sencha China.
    INGREDIENTS: Osmanthus (Osmanthus fragrans)
    ORIGIN: China

    We endeavour to process your order and dispatch within 2–4 working days.

    Compared with many other bigger tea suppliers, we only work with partners and their freshest tea. If there are any issues with your ordered items, we will let you know as soon as practicable.

     

    If you can order it, usually that means we have stock to send to you. Australian delivery usually takes 2-14 days. If your order is coming from overseas, usually it takes 9-14 days. 

    Australia Post delivery timeframe in http://auspost.com.au/parcels-mail/delivery-areas.html

    Track your Teas.com.au order

    TRACK YOUR ORDER HERE: 

    https://www.parcelmonitor.com/track-it-online/

    Question about your order:

    Contact us now using our online form or reply to your email order receipt.

    Please quote your order number for speedy processing.

     

    More questions? Check out our Questions page.

    YOU Matter to Us...

    We love our tea, but are they up to YOUR standard? A good product needs good service to make it SHINE! We love your reviews and testimonials, and we love your constructive suggestions on what we can do better!

    Show us your Tea Love. Leave us a review here.

     

     

     

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