Floral tea is made by combining a variety of flowers together with the traditional Chinese teas to create unique flavors and aromas.
Jasmine: It is most commonly used to flavor green teas to produce jasmine tea, although sometimes it is used to flavor light oolong teas.
Osmanthus: it is common to combine dried sweet osmanthus flowers with black or green tea. The flowers are spread while oxidizing, and occasionally some are left in the tea as a decoration. This flower gives the tea a mild peach flavor
Rose: Spread with rose flowers while oxidizing, occasionally some are left in the tea as a decoration. In China, roses are usually used to scent black tea.
Chrysanthemum: The flowers are often brewed alone as a Chrysanthemum tisane, but it is also commonly mixed with puerh tea to make chrysanthemum puerh.