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Osmanthus Fragrans Chinese Superior Herbal Tea

Professional Osmanthus Fragrans Tea factory;
No sulfur with low temperature drying method;
Food Grade : 6A, 5A, 4A, 3A 
Carton: 12.5kg/Carton size: 60*40*48cm
Certificate: ISO9001
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Product Name:  Osmanthus fragrans Tea

Osmanthus fragrans in pots description

Osmanthus is the flower of the lignum vitae, which is also known as the "nine miles of fragrance" because of its fragrance. The flower is not only ornamental, but also has medicinal and use value. Current market grade classification: 6A 5A 4A 3A. 

The process of osmanthus processing : 

  1. vibrating sieve twice

  2. de-stemming machine

  3. color sorter

  4. windmill

  5. manual dustpan

  6. manual selection

Osmanthus fragrans tea specification

Product type: Bulk raw material of herb tea: 12.5kg per Carton

Customized Herbal tea /Herb tea: mini bag :3 or 5 grams /bag

Variety: single or blended

Package: Carton or Plastic bags, mini paper bag

Shelf life: 2 years under correct storage

Caffeine Free, Sugar fee, GMO-free, Gluten-free, Vegan, Artificial Sweetener Free, Organic Approved, Dietician and Nutritionist-Approved

Table 1 Sensory quality requirements of osmanthus tea




Fresh and thick



Soup color

Bright Yellow

Leaf base

Green; soft


Clean and neat, slightly with fine stems

Table 2 physicochemical index of osmanthus tea







Total ash



Crushed tea






Tea Polyphenols



Water extracts



Non-tea non-flower substances



Crude fiber


Contains flowers



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Sweet osmanthus fragrans sensory requirements

1. The sanitary quality requirements of raw materials of flowers are the same as those of tea.

2. Normal quality, no deterioration, no bad taste.

3. Must not contain non-tea miscellaneous materials (except dried osmanthus).

4. No coloring, no addition of any synthetic chemicals.

Osmanthus fragrans tea functions

1 Warming the lung and resolving drinks

Guihua is pungent and warm in nature and enters the lung meridian. It is good at warming the lung and removing dampness and resolving phlegm and drinks, and is suitable for treating bronchitis, cough, asthma and other phlegm and cough conditions.

2 Dispersing cold and relieving pain

Guihua is pungent and dispersing, warm in nature to dispel cold and relieve pain, and can be used for treating yin and cold, all cold diseases in the abdomen, such as cold pain in the epigastrium and abdomen, menorrhagia and dysmenorrhea, cold hernia and abdominal pain. It can also dispel rheumatism and cold, and is used to treat rheumatic tendon pain, lumbago, kidney deficiency toothache, etc.

Fresh Breath

Cinnamon is aromatic and pleasant. Drinking it with water can make your mouth and teeth smell good and eliminate bad breath.

4 Beautify and nourish the face

Cinnamon has a significant effect on skin care, and regular consumption of cinnamon tea can help to improve the beauty of the skin. In addition, cinnamon flowers steamed with sesame oil, used as facial fat, can be used for beauty and skin care.

5 Food therapy

The fragrance of osmanthus is very strong and contains many kinds of spices, so it can also be used for dietary therapy or extracting spices. The congee is made of 30 grams of coix seeds, and after the rice is cooked, a little starch paste is added, followed by the right amount of sugar and osmanthus. It has the effect of clearing heat and dampness, strengthening the spleen and removing paralysis, and is suitable for people with edema, shortage of urine or painful venous paralysis caused by dampness and heat. In addition, cinnamon can also be used to make wine, tea, cinnamon cake and so on.


Cinnamon tea has a unique floral fragrance, and it can be made into cinnamon tea and consumed for a long time to relieve emotions, eliminate frustration, balance physical and mental emotions, and relieve mental stress.

Organic Osmanthus fragrans applications

1.Cinnamon can be used as an additive in a wide range of foods such as pastries, candies, preserves, tea and wine.

2.Nowadays, osmanthus has become the raw material for refining spices and making soaps, perfumes and cosmetics.

Osmanthus fragrans tea drinking suggestions

Take about 5g of dried osmanthus flowers can brew a cup of osmanthus tea, if you want to sweeten it, you can also add appropriate honey or icing sugar on it, not only the color is bright, the taste is fresh and sweet. It can also be brewed with Longjing tea oolong tea and other teas into different styles of osmanthus tea, first put the osmanthus and icing sugar into a cup, brew with boiling water for about three minutes, filter it and then you can drink. If you are using honey to add sweetness, you need to add it after straining and stirring it well.

How to Drink Osmanthus fragrans Tea?

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Step 1: Boil Some Water

To boil the water so that it’s so hot that it quickly and easily infuses into the herbs and works to pull out the properties of the herbs… as well as the vitamins and minerals too!

Step 2: Place Herbs In Tea Strainer

You can purchase premade herbal tea bags or you can buy seal-able tea bags and make your own using loose leaf teas. There are a lot of options. Anyway, put about a teaspoon of the herb into your strainer or your teabag if you’re making your own, and place it in your teacup.

Step 3 : Pour Hot Water

Super simple. Pour your just-boiled water into your cup so that your herbs are submerged in the hot water.

Step 4: Steep Your Tea

Cover your teacup with another bowl or plate so that the steam doesn’t escape. Steep times will vary depending upon what herb you’re using and how hard (or tough) it is. For most tea leaves and flowers, 10 minutes of steeping is perfect. If you’re using a harder herb like barks or berries, give it about 20 minutes to steep. If you’re using roots, you’ll need to let that steep for at least 30 minutes.

Step 5: Clean Your Tea

Let your tea put into the hot water about 2 minutes to remove the dust ,Chinese means "xicha",then enjoy your tea.

Step 6: Sweeten Your Tea

This is it… the last step. Sweeten your tea if you’d like with whatever sweetener you prefer. I love using honey. It just goes with tea, but you can use whatever sweetener you favor. Just a little is needed. there’s nothing worse than super-sweet herbal tea. Of course ,if you put the Goji berry and Chrysanthemum or others will be better.

In fact, after you get used to drinking tea regularly, many times you’ll find that you don’t even need a sweetener in your tea. You can even use herbal honey if you have some of that made which will give your tea a double whammy!

Herbal Tea Introduction :

Herbal tea are made from combinations of dried leaves, seeds, grasses, nuts, barks, fruits, flowers, or other botanical elements that give them their taste and provide the benefits of herbal teas. Unlike most other forms of tea, it tastes great and is easy to drink. Most herbal teas may consist of one main herbal ingredient or a blend of herbal ingredients, intended to bring about a specific purpose, such as relaxation, rejuvenation, or relief from a specific condition, amongst other things. Because of dried herbs and spices usually contains no caffeine is called herbal tea that are mixtures of several ingredients .

Herbal tea is a nice choice, regardless of season. The Chinese herbal tea or cold tea is a drink concocted from medicinal herbals to ease the summer heat in human's body or sore throat caused by the dry winter.  In addition to the potential health benefits that many believe herbal teas have, for decaf fans, herbals offer a wide range of flavors that are generally caffeine-free (although there are some types of herbal teas that have caffeine).Also, remember that even though a lot of herbs are green, green tea is not herbal tea. Green tea also comes from the Camellia sinensis plant, making it a “true tea.” Also, green tea is caffeinated, while as we mentioned, the vast majority of herbals are not. So, herbs may be green, but green tea is not an herbal tea.