Since JacquelineM and a couple of other folks have mentioned Rosy Earl Grey recently, I got a hankering to do a wee experiment. I used three tsps. Earl Grey Supreme and one tsp. Rose Scented to 22 ounces of water in my Beehouse teapot. It was delicious! I tried it hot and sans additions first, then added sugar to some of the still hot tea and poured it over ice to try it as an iced tea. That would also very good! Now I am wondering what would happen if Florence and the rose got together, and I am thinking it might be a very good thing…

SimplyJenW

Oh, I definitely have to try this! And some of the other mixes with Rose Scented.

teatime traveler

This sounds gorgeous. Am interested in people’s favorite Rosy Earl Grey brands but this recipe sounds wonderful, too. I’m always into iced tea in the summer, wake up with it and it starts a humid day off right. Thanks!

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SimplyJenW

Oh, I definitely have to try this! And some of the other mixes with Rose Scented.

teatime traveler

This sounds gorgeous. Am interested in people’s favorite Rosy Earl Grey brands but this recipe sounds wonderful, too. I’m always into iced tea in the summer, wake up with it and it starts a humid day off right. Thanks!

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