Rose Oolong Tea

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What do you call a tea that burns body fat, soothes your digestive system, and is excellent for your skin? Well, in ancient Chinese medicine the olong was called “the tea of beauty.” Brew some matured, semi-fermented oolong tea leaves along with real rose buds and petals, and what you get is the most sublime potion of youth: luxurious, decadent, and simply irresistable. That’s Rose Oolong for you.

Perfect for: Pampering yourself with at the end of a beauty treatment. But then again, this is a beauty treatment.

Taste notes: Initially rose, but quickly blends into a mild oolong floral flavor, sweet aftertaste

Goes well with: Pastries, pancakes

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Good tasting tea. Enjoyed the rose flavour. Also petals mixed in the tea – no chemicals.

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There was so much rose in the tea bag yet this tastes like a generically floral oolong. Nothing special to see here. Better than expected but still nothing worth revisiting.

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well i was PRETTY sure this would not be something that would be up my alley, so i’m not going to rate it. VariaTEA let me have this sample…likely because they like tormenting me, knowing i’ll try anything and everything…even blergamot teas!

This tastes like rosewater smells. It’s like drinking a mouthful of rose potpourri. Gross. So not for me…though i’m thinking that it might be something that our friend keychange might enjoy.

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So when I grabbed these samples, I had no idea which flavors I grabbed. Mostly I was distracted by the adorable elephants


This sounds amazing! Maybe you could use the rest for cooking? Rosewater makes a good dressing for berry salads, so maybe try a simple syrup made with this tea to dress a berry and mint salad?

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