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June is rose month – but this lovely tea is perfect for sipping any time of year. In fact, for those of us who live in colder climes, winter might be more apropos. The reason? This tea has the ability to make any room burst with the aromas of the arrival of spring. Rose tea however, is not a new arrival to the world of tea. In China they have been drinking rose scented tea for millennia. In Britain, rose tea has been a staple of garden parties since the days of Queen Victoria. Just brew a cup, close your eyes, and take a sip. Where does this tea take you?
What type of tea do we use, how do we flavor the tea and why do we use natural flavors?
Amazing and relaxingJust had a cup of this tea after coming off of a late night shift and I have to say it is one of the most delicious teas I’ve ever had. I had bought a sample of this tea at the Central Virginia Celtic Festival & Highland Games because I personally love all things rose related and now wish I had bought more of it. Will be looking forward to buying more!
rainy day teafrom the moment you start brewing this tea you get hit with the lovely fragrence of roses. my personal recommendation is to double steep this tea in VERY hot water so you can allow it to sit longer. it does not need anything added and if you do add something i would suggest nothing more then a sigle sugar cube or a touch of honey. it has a soft yet very present flavor that is great for a cold a rainy day or someone trying to get over a cold. for those who are not sick it is just a soothing cup to sit and relax with