Victorian Rose Tea

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From Tealuxe

“China black tea prepared by hand in the traditional method. The tea is then naturally flavored by repeated layering with fragrant rose petals. The resulting tea is quite pleasant, smooth drinking and fragrant.”

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323 tasting notes

Really rosy. I like it! The black is present but not overwhelming, and the rose is strong without being too perfumey. Although I am a fan of rose things. I might go longer (4-5 mins) next time to get a bit of a stronger flavor, but there’s no bitterness at all, which is lovely.

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828 tasting notes

This feels like a formal, girly cup of tea. It’s nice, but more proper than this morning calls for. :)


Tealuxe! I just went there today for the first time. :)


Fun! I hope you liked it! Tealuxe is one of my favorite places, and I always make sure to go a few times when in Boston or Cambridge. Of course, I’m not sure if I’d be quite as enamored if I had one nearby that I could pop into whenever. :)

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87 tasting notes

This was the first black tea with rose that I ever tried. It’s a glorious, cozy tea for winter afternoons. Sweetens nicely.

Cecilia Tan

Ooh. I live near a Tealuxe location and just ran out of rose tea. I may have to go see if I like this one.


Tell me what you think once you’ve tried it :)

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25 tasting notes

i really like this tea

Flavors: Rose

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117 tasting notes

I stopped by TeaLuxe because I was in the area, and got a few flavored teas. I’ve been drinking this one a lot (occasionally mixed with the creme brulee). It’s a good, simple rose tea. It’s not subtle, but it doesn’t have to be, and it’s pretty tasty.

I’ve realized I’ve been drinking a lot of simple flavored black teas lately. I have a whole bunch of oolong samples to try, but I keep waiting for a day when I have more… mental clarity, instead of one when I’m feeling foggy and overworked. As a result, I’ve mostly been drinking teas that don’t require very much effort. Which, y’know, is okay I guess. But maybe I should drink my oolongs anyway.

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