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Wow this tea was an amazing scentual experience from the time I opened the sample packaging. At first when black it was a little lacking I would have to say thin. It needed more body so I decided to add milk and sugar and on my first sip it was still just okay. Then on my next sip a little better, then again and again I drank this tea and it truly grew on me almost immediately. Fantastic, it reminds me of “Rose Milk” a drink I used to drink as a child. Such wonderful memories came to mind and I was almost immediately wisked away to India. Beautiful indeed. I do wish the rose was just a little stronger. I will drink this again. :o)

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Adham

Just goes to show you, different strokes for different folks. I logged this one today too and really didn’t enjoy it much, but glad you did -

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

I saw your post and I was concerned based on your experience especially since I had such high hopes for this one. I am glad I enjoyed this but sorry you didn’t. As you said “different strokes for different folks.” Still a bummer.

__Morgana__

Yeah, interesting — I never tried it with additives but I liked it quite a bit plain. Though I steeped mine for only 3 minutes.

Stephanie

First a Rose Milk lotion and now a Rose Milk drink? This actually sounds yummy! I must look this up.

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

Rose milk is made of milk and a rose flavored syrup usually found in Indian grocery stores. It is sort of like a bottle of syrup used to flavor coffees, lattes, and such. It is very delicious and for sure the tea is much healthier.

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Adham

Just goes to show you, different strokes for different folks. I logged this one today too and really didn’t enjoy it much, but glad you did -

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

I saw your post and I was concerned based on your experience especially since I had such high hopes for this one. I am glad I enjoyed this but sorry you didn’t. As you said “different strokes for different folks.” Still a bummer.

__Morgana__

Yeah, interesting — I never tried it with additives but I liked it quite a bit plain. Though I steeped mine for only 3 minutes.

Stephanie

First a Rose Milk lotion and now a Rose Milk drink? This actually sounds yummy! I must look this up.

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

Rose milk is made of milk and a rose flavored syrup usually found in Indian grocery stores. It is sort of like a bottle of syrup used to flavor coffees, lattes, and such. It is very delicious and for sure the tea is much healthier.

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