When it's a hot day I like to chill it before giving it to the children. Enjoy.
Update 27 July 2015:
I boiled chrysanthemum tea again on Saturday. This time it was not bitter. So if you prefer the non-bitter taste, do the below instead:
After step 1 and 2:
3) Boil the pot of water. After it comes to a boil, turn off the fire.
4) Pour the chrysanthemum flowers into the pot and cover it. Remove the flowers after 5 min.
Continue with step 5.
This is not part of the recipe but I just wanted to document it:
On Sunday after we came home from Ah Ma's house in the afternoon, I sat down with the children at the dining table to chill over some cold chrysanthemum tea. It was a simple and nice bonding time. We finished the whole jug of tea, mostly by the boys. I enjoy such times, sit around the table and spending time with each other, even if it's talking nonsense or fooling around. Stay like this, boys.