Gourmet Luxury Tea Bags & Loose Tea- HERBAL
The English have enjoyed rose hips since the beginning of history, and its tart flavor is softened here with Hibiscus flowers. Reputedly a rich source of natural antioxidants, Rose hips and Hibiscus Flowers produce a reddish infusion with a strong fruity aroma. The beverage is said to be rich in Vitamin C, and a host of other health benefits and is best taken without sugar, although a touch of honey can be added if sweetness is desired.
Dried petal flakes with colors of violets, dark browns, vermilion and dark reds. Infused leaf is lighter in color and the petals appear more rosy. A tea that is intense in color - utterly dark pink with some red hues (rose, garnet and burgundy wine). The aroma is one of mild florals intermingled with Chinese sour plums and pomegranate. There is also an aroma of freshly sawn light-wood planks. The is a singular fruity tartness to the tea but it soon gives way to a sweet finish. This is a tea with a sparkling personality. Savor its sweet-sour taste or sweeten to taste with honey or rock sugar.