Rose Tea

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Rose, Rosehips
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Black tea elegantly blended with rose petals.

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I received this in a swap a long time ago. I was nervous to try it because of all of the rose petals. They are very pretty and the blend has a little black tea in there. I used the whole sample and steeped it in a small 8oz glass teapot that my mom gave me recently. The rose petals are pink and very beautiful. The liquor was a pale pink/brown. It tasted surprisingly good! It is light and slightly floral. It is not overpowering and not bitter at all. This is a great tea! I wish there was a little more black tea in this blend.

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Before Steeping:
Colors- Pink/red rose petals and black tea
Scent- Blooming pink roses and blac ktea

After Steeping:
Coloring- Green Tea

Nude- front taste of roses and a after taste of black tea
with sugar- intensified rose flavor

*very delicate

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I love black tea flavored with rose, but this is not it. This is hot rose water with the barest hint of tea color and flavor. This tea is more than 3/4 rose petals, and I couldn’t find enough of the black to to look at and figure out what kind of black tea it is. It tastes ok, but it is really dissapointing. This is my first Lupicia experience. :(

I brewed with double the amount I normally use, and still couldn’t get much tea from it. They would be much better off using less actual petals and instead using oil. I’ll go back and try them again at some point, but it will be a while.

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Our favorite. It’s filled with rose petals and its a nice black tea. It has a nice rose scent that’s organic, if that makes any sense. I can’t not do without this in my tea cupboard. We have stocked up. Enjoy it with little sugar and some honey or with non

Flavors: Rose, Rosehips

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30 tasting notes

I love this tea! I love rose anything: Rose macarons, Rose water ice cream, rose lemonade, you name it.

This is basically warm rose water with a some black tea in it. The “leaves” consist of mostly dried rose petals and the rose to black tea ratio is larger than what is pictured on steepster.

If you only want a hint of rose this tea is not for you.

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2 tasting notes

While visiting San Francisco I picked up this tea from a small shop out of curiosity. When opening the bag I was hit with a very powerful rose smell. Most of the “tea” consisted of petals with a hint of actual tea. To my surprise when I brewed this tea it had a very different result than expected. The tea takes on a light floral taste and reminds me of the candied rose petals my grandmother used to make out of her rose garden. Very delicious.

5 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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31 tasting notes

When I went to Hawaii in April I stumbled across the most amazing tea store. I walked in, tried a sample, and walked out with $30 worth of fantastic, beautiful loose-leaf tea. This was one of them. I’d never tried anything with rose petals in it before and I admit I was regretting the purchase almost immediately. I was on the phone with a friend that night who assured me that rose tea is great so I went back and got a bag for her before the end of my trip.
Then I forgot about the tea until I was cleaning out the little cabinet I use for teas tonight and saw it had slipped behind a box of tazo passion. So I opened it and decided it was about time to give it a try. The smell upon opening the bag was furiously strong but has since lessened in intensity and is very pleasant. While it brewed the smell was unusually faint so I let it steep for up to 7 minutes. It smelled great by then. The taste is not as strong as I expected but fortunately, this is a good thing, considering I don’t know how well I’d react to a stronger rose flavor. It’s not my favorite tea and it doesn’t rank in my top tea, but it is nice. I think this is a nice tea to try if you haven’t tried rose tea before but it’s not overbearing and it’s almost impossible to over steep.

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