This tea looks quite beautiful. The rooibos looks like standard red rooibos, the flower petals add such bright brilliant colors.
The aroma is quite like most rooibos I’ve tasted, with a little berry aroma (from the hibiscus I believe).
Right after steeping, this tea tasted very bland and plain. But after letting it cool a few degrees, it got sweeter and more berry flavored sip to sip. I really didn’t think I’d get much enjoyment out of this tea after the first few sips, but as it cooled it really impressed me.
I also found out after I brewed the tea that I should have doubled the steeping time, so I’m going to see what happens when I try it that way next time.
Thank you Lori for passing this tea on to me!