White Tea Rose Melange

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From The London Tea Room

Organic; a blend of dreamy jasmine and wild roses, with green and white Chinese teas, rejuvenating peppermint and calm-as-hell lavender.

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Thank you Terri HarpLady for sending me some of this! I thought it would go well with my Indian lunch and it does!
A nice follow up to a heavier meal for sure!
The balance of this blend is exceptional!
I can taste every element in this tea.
Once again The London Tea Room does not disappoint in providing excellent teas!
I would love to be the person who tests all the teas to determine which they will sell in their tea shop!
Whoever it is does a fine job! :)


Sign me up! I’ll do that for every tea type on the planet!


Haha indeed!


Mmm…I love hearing about new rose teas! I was about to add this to my shopping list when I saw that there is peppermint in it. I’m going to have to keep looking for a similar floral blend (rose, with or without jasmine) that doesn’t have mint in it.

Terri HarpLady

Nik, have you tried The Tea Spot’s “Meditative Mind”? It’s White tea, green tea jasmine pearls, & rosebuds. I thought it had mint in it too, but it doesn’t. Let me know if you want a sample…

Terri HarpLady

LTR also has a similar tea without caffeine, called “Serenity” with valerian root, lavender, lemon verbena, lemon balm and spearmint.


Terri, I haven’t. Both sound lovely, and I shall add them to my shopping list. Thank you!

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This is my last ‘new’ tea to try from The London Tea Room, right before we go back to St. Louis for a visit in July! This one smells so crispy and refreshing – very pepperminty with a floral note. The brewed tea has more of a perfumey rose aroma with a hint of cool peppermint. The green and white teas stand out more than I had anticipated in the flavor. There is a grassy flavor with a subdued, earthy floral finish. The aftertaste is of cooling peppermint and it lingers in the mouth for a while. While I am enjoying this cup, I don’t think that this one that I will reach for regularly, but maybe for a nice cup every once in awhile. I think it would be a soothing cup before bed, as long as it doesn’t have too much caffeine in it. The flavors intensify nicely as the cup cools. I think I’ll put this one in my tea mug during the summer to have hot tea that is not too heavy. I do like the floralness of it, it’s slightly like drinking a flower garden. :)

-Dry blend has a mixture of medium and large green tea and peppermint leaves with pink rose petals and blue lavender petals.
-Dry leaves smell floral with a note of clean peppermint. Tea liquor aroma is of perfumey rose with a hint of cool peppermint.
-Tea liquor is a clear medium yellow color.
-Grassy flavor with an earthy floral finish. Cooling peppermint aftertaste that lingers.
-Best with sweetener.
-Very good tea. Floral flavor with a refreshing hint of peppermint.

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

Thank you for the sample of this, I LOVE this!

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A lovely blend. I enjoyed that I could taste each of the components of this blend but none was too overpowering.

The rose is the first flavor I noticed. Sweet and distinctly rose, and it complements the flavors of jasmine and lavender quite well. Floral, yes, but not soapy or perfume-y.

A nice white tea base. It is light and airy, with notes of earth and vegetation. The peppermint is not overdone here, and I really appreciated that as peppermint can sometimes easily take over in blends like this. It is more of an accent flavor here, not a dominating force.

A nice tea.

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This is another one of the samples Harplady sent me. I love roses so much I named my own daughter Rosie and white roses are on my coat of arms in the medieval re-enactment groups in which I play, so of course, rose blends are of special interest to me.

The tea had green leaves and pretty pink petals, not quite so pretty tan ones, and little purple bits that looked like lavender. The scent of the dry tea was lovely, and it was no less so once I had added hot water. The smell was so good and I found it hard to be patient while it was cooling.

One aspect of the scent really tugged at my memory until I pulled it’s identity from my memory—Orange blossom. I used to cook with orange flower water. It seemed odd to find that flavor in a rose tea, but the two do harmonize well together. Of course, I would have named it Orange Blossom Melange, but that’s just me…

When I finally could taste it without scalding my tongue, this tea was pretty much what the scent indicated. I rather like it, and yes, it is a melange. I can pick out the rose, the lavender, and the orange blossom which makes the topnote. They do blend well though and there’s probably more. It’s a good harmonious mix. I’ll bet it’s good with sugar, but it is fine straight, which puts this among the sorts of teas I particularly like. I also was able to brew a good strong cup from one teaspoon, which speaks well for the quality.

I was a little sad when it was gone. This tea is nice and I’ll be happy when it’s time to have it again.

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