English Rose Black Tea
The tea masters first experimented with rosebuds and blossoms to create the taste of a rose tea in China's Ming Dynasty. The tea and roses are dried together, with the roses imparting their wonderful scent and flavor to the tea. For thousands of years, rose black tea is a time-honored floral Chinese tea. It is called rose black congou tea but those infusion scented with rose oil and petals notes of are forever England. Deliciously delicate and seductively sweet, a single sip brings to mind rolling hills, church bells and country gardens.
A black tea blends in some quality roses. The fragrant rose is enhanced by the rose flavouring. A beautiful cup of rose tea.
Rose petals, Assam Black Tea, Natural Flavouring
1~2 grams of tea per 250g of hot water (98°C), steep the tea from 2~3 minutes.
Keep it in a cool and dry place