Red & Pink Rose Petal Tea Roses are thought to improve digestion, blood circulation, nourish the skin, and uplift moods.
A tea, quite simply, made from whole rose blossoms and the rose petals handpicked and loved. So romantic.
How does it taste?:
Brewing offers a flowery aroma, a light sweet taste, and a golden infusion.
Benefits? Offers a soothing for emotional psychological state of mind
|Ingredients||Rose Petals, Rose Extract|
Aside from providing an aesthetic appeal, which contributes to the overall pleasure and feeling of well being, roses have a genuine practical use in our regimens of good health.
Rose oil and rose water are derived from the flowers and rose hips have many valuable properties. The rose also offers a soothing property for the emotional /psychological state of mind.
Also iced brewed it which provides a very crisp tasting floral note with a smooth finish. This would be paired very nicely with a fruity peach, or raspberry or other fruit for a warm or iced cup of tea or just by itself for a very relaxing blend......
Percolate just like your would coffee.
Add 1 tbsp per 2 cups of water to filter.
Or, try adding 1 tsp of tea into an infuser and immerse into boiling water until desired strength of tea is obtained.
Sweeten as desired with eSutras sugars, stevia, jaggery or agave.
For Steeping or Brewing in a Tea Pot
Tea to Water Ratio: 1 tablespoon per 8 ounces
Steep Time: 5 minutes
We encourage you to experiment with the quantity of tea leaves and the length of the steep time to find your desired brew strength. spoon per cup into your coffee filter in your coffee machine and brew as you would to make a cup!
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