A real treat, delicate rose flavour with soft white tea. I drink it with milk even though that breaks with tradition. The longer you steep it, the better it tastes, never seems to go bitter. Leaves/bags can be used several times.
White with Rose
Peony White tea. As rare and luxurious as it sounds.
One bud and two leaves are hand-picked, and gently dried in the mountain sun to preserve the qualities so prized by Chinese royalty for centuries – subtle sweetness and rich anti-oxidants.
I couldn’t resist adding the ultimate romantic gesture – Rose.
Like my darling Matthias, when he filled our small Wellington apartment with fragrant pink roses. I said yes, of course.