The rose and chamomile play off of each other perfectly in this tea. Chamomile gives it a smooth, almost buttery, flavor, and the rose gives it a bright aroma.

The white tea flavor is overpowered in the first brew by the chamomile. I found I could only get one re-brew of decent flavor out of it (the chamomile becomes milder, allowing you to taste the tea, and the rose almost disappears)

A word of warning: I tried to share this tea with friends and family, and those who weren’t generally green or white tea drinkers couldn’t taste it at all. I’m not sure if they were simply used to much stronger flavors or if it required a different set of tastebuds, but be prepared for disappointment if you’re a black tea (or coffee) drinker.

Flavors: Butter, Rose, Sweet

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec 3 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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Rating system

90-100- Great! Definitely in my stash
70-89- Good. Something I’d drink out and about, but wouldn’t buy for myself
40-69-Drinkable, but I would never chose it.
10-39-Not good.
0-9 Wouldn’t recommend to my worst enemy. Really terrible.


Charleston, WV



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