5 Tasting Notes
This mild, lightly rose-flavoured tea is perfect for finishing the day. Enjoy it in the evenings without milk, and feel your muscles loosen up. The flavour really is everything it says on the box: Tea and Rose
The scent would suggest this is a very strong tea, however the taste is pleasantly mild and refreshing. Works well as the first tea in the morning, or as something on a tiring afternoon to perk you up.
A somewhat sweet tea that works particularly well iced for a hot day. Needs almost no sugar, and is something for those not used to herbal or “unusual” (ie “Not English Breakfast”) teas.
A traditional tea for those addicts amongst us that need that “taste of British tea”, but with a slightly sweet, floral taste to it as well. Seems to need less sugar than normal to bring the flavour out, and goes well with a small amount of milk.
Definitely a favourite.
This tea is delicious hot with just a little sugar to bring out the taste. Good for hot weather to relax, then you can make iced tea with what’s left when the pot cools.
Less bitter than most green teas.