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Fruity refreshment, great hot, will have to try it cold sometime! While I can smell the rose a little bit sniffing the dry tea, it really recedes into the background when brewed. This is a hibiscus-heavy tea (you can tell just by how red it gets in the cup…VERY red) which works well with plenty of sugar to cut the sourness, but I haven’t even bothered trying it without, since I know it will be too sour for me. Hibiscus provides lots of Vitamin C, so I plan to drink this a lot this winter!

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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 30 sec
Gillyflower

Also, I was distracting the saleswoman while she was writing the names of my teas on their labels (I like to talk about tea!) and she wrote “Roseberry Rose”. How cute is that?

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Gillyflower

Also, I was distracting the saleswoman while she was writing the names of my teas on their labels (I like to talk about tea!) and she wrote “Roseberry Rose”. How cute is that?

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Hi, I’m a librarian, SCA member, and tea lover from Madison, WI. I’ve been drinking tea all my life, but have recently become more of a fanatic about it. Single, straight, and looking. Would love to take a date to one of the great tea places here in Madison!

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