English Rose

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A deep rich China black tea is blended with rose petals to produce a blend that is comforting and flavorful.

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I recently offered this tea at a cupping I did. It was well received. I found it to be smooth, with just the right balance of Rose. Not perfumy at all.

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This is my comfort tea when things are looking bad. The smell alone is enough to lift my spirits. Who doesn’t love roses? :)

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So, I’m having a fresh cup of this tea, and decided to give live commentary. Brewed a teaspoon of it in approximately on cup of boiling water using a pre-heated mug for four minutes. The smell is surprisingly sweet. Taking a sip, the flavor is also sweeter than I remembered it being. If it were much sweeter, I don’t think I’d like it, but as is it’s alright. I can easily imagine myself growing to like this more, but right now I think I like the idea of this tea more than the actual flavor.
I should also comment that I am using the same mug I made the chamomile in last night, although that wasn’t very sweet itself, and I did rinse the mug out with boiling water when I was warming it, so I don’t think the chamomile could affect the flavor, at least not perceptibly.

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