Yunnan Sun-Dried Wild Rose Buds

Tea type
Flowering Herbal Blend
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Flavors
Floral, Rose
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Edit tea info Last updated by rosebudmelissa
Average preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “Haven’t drank much tea lately on account of getting bumped to a different position at work due to a torn medial meniscus. Tried dismounting my horse onto a fence after an after-work ride to save my...” Read full tasting note

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These rose buds are grown wild and un-tended in the mountains of Guangyuan county in Wenshan prefecture of Yunnan. The rose buds are hand-picked and sun-dried briefly so they can be stored without losing their lovely essence! The dried rose buds are about 0.3 to 0.5 cm across and weigh between 0.15 and 0.3 grams each.

You can brew them alone (4 or 5 grams per 100ml brewing device) or mix with black tea, ripe pu-erh, or anything else! Wash once briefly with boiling hot water to clean and awaken them!

Grown without pesticides or fertilizers!

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Haven’t drank much tea lately on account of getting bumped to a different position at work due to a torn medial meniscus. Tried dismounting my horse onto a fence after an after-work ride to save my legs from the jarring shock of slamming onto firm ground after a 5 foot drop, annnd I managed to screw up my ability to walk for the next 8+ weeks in the process. Can’t do my usual daily routine of drinking cold brews in a Komatsu HM400 when I’m unable to climb the ladder up to the cab! A stuffy office job just makes you crave highly caffeinated hot coffee instead.

On their own, these taste like stale potpourri. Very pretty to look at—not so great to drink. Added some lemon gunpowder to that in an attempt to make it palatable and it worked rather well. These are great for mixing into other teas and tisanes, but I wouldn’t recommend drinking them straight! (Or eating them, for that matter. Resist the urge to bite directly into a dry one. They taste like bitter powdery misery.)

Flavors: Floral, Rose

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 3 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML
Martin Bednář

Oh, troubles with meniscus had my classmate. She was unable to move well for half an year I guess? And they did their best with it. I hope it won’t be that long for you! Or at least your moving ability will be much better soon!

Eelong

Thanks for the kind wishes, Martin! This is in a spot that won’t heal on its own, judging by the doc saying that the tear will likely never go away. Crossing my fingers that the issues and pain when it comes to moving will go away with the swelling!

tea-sipper

I hope you heal as best you can/quickly as possible. :/

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