8 Tasting Notes
This is a new favorite of mine. I’m in love with it! I can’t really taste any rose, but it has a delicious vanilla strawberry taste.
I cold brew it as is, or sometimes mixed with white tea. 1 bag per cup of water and let sit in the fridge overnight. So good!
I’ve tried it hot a few times but I don’t really get the strawberry vanilla flavor that way, and if I brew it got and let it cool then the flavored are weak. I think it’s best cold brewed overnight in the fridge.
Flavors: Strawberry, Vanilla
I drink this every couple of days to help with bloating. It has a nice nutty flavor that’s pleasant enough. I wouldn’t be drinking this just for the taste, but it helps with bloating and the flavor is nice enough that it doesn’t feel like a chore to drink.
I brew two bags in 15 ounces of boiling water and let steps until it’s at room temperature and then I drink it.
While this isn’t a tea I crave or would drink regularly, it really does seem to help me feel better when under the weather. It has a cinnamon minty flavor that seems strange at first but actually works well. Overall it tastes pretty good and helps ease the suffering from a cold.
I brew 2 bags in a large mug (15 ounces water) and let the tea bags stay in while drinking.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Mint
I had a cup of it brewing and sat it in the bedroom, my husband walked in and asked me if our cat peed on the bed., not only does it smell like cat urine but it tastes like it too. This is the most vile tasting thing I’ve ever consumed.
I steeped one bag in a one cup mug with boiling water for about 5 mins.
I love iced white rose tea, I usually buy in bulk from Davidsons (Valentine tea), but picked up some of these to keep on hand for traveling cause it’s easier to handle tea bags. Anyways, the rose flavor is much more subtle in the Numi brand. While I’ll still buy to keep on hand in my purse, for my day to day iced rose tea I will stick with my usual brand since it packs more of a rose punch.
For white rose tea I prefer cold brewing it overnight in the fridge. 1 bag per cup of water and let sit for at least 2-3 hours. To me white tea doesn’t get bitter no matter how long it steeps, so there’s no upper limit here.
A cup of heaven!
This is my go to tea when I’m feeling stressed or creative (seriously the rose scent is like my own little muse). It’s a black tea with a lovely moderate rose flavor. It’s feet cold brewed as iced tea, but my favorite way to drink it is hot.
I brew one bag per 8 ounces of water for about 3-4 minutes. Then add a bit of cream or milk and it’s perfection.
This is the best pumpkin tea as far as pumpkin flavor goes. It definitely has a nice pumpkin taste. Unfortunately there’s not enough spices for my liking, but that’s an easy fix…I brew it along with a cinnamon stick for added flavor. Delicious with a bit of half and half! I’ve gone through 3 boxes of this so far this fall, which is a lot considering I drink a zillion other kind of teas as well every day. I can see this being an autumn staple for me.
I brew 2 bags in a large mug with about 15 ounces of boiling water for 3-4 mins (usually along with cinnamon for added spice).