A black tea blended with delicate English roses brings to mind rolling hills, church bells and country gardens.
What it is?
A black tea blended with delicate English roses brings to mind rolling hills, church bells and country gardens. This tea belongs to the classical "scented teas". In China, it is also known as Meigui Hongcha.
Why we love it
Connoisseurs improve this BRUU with a dash of cream or milk.
Where it’s from
Luxury black tea from one of the most important tea regions in the world, Fujian Province, China. Fertile soils, pure water and a pleasant climate combine to produce this luxury tea.How our drink hits the senses
Imagine standing in a dew drenched garden littered with roses as the sun heats and evaporates the moisture. Then the nutty dulcet under tones of the black tea are aroused to build an impressive match.
The taste journey
The delicate yet disappearing perfumed sweetness of the rose is harmonised and complemented by the nuttiness of the black tea.
1tsp // 100°C // 2-3 mins
Black tea & rose petals.
Store in a cool, dry place.