Bed of Roses (Organic)

Tea type
Herbal Rooibos Blend
Ingredients
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Flavors
Floral, Honey, Rose
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Kosher, Organic
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  • “Take this with a grain of salt… but this tea was revolting. Like, I made it two sips in and tossed it. Why? I believe the culprit is the hops – I think I got a bit of a hop pellet in my infuser,...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This was the first time I tried a really floral rose tea. The smell was a little overwhelming and strong for me with all the rose. The first few sips I couldn’t really decide what I thought, I...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Last of the new Wellness teas! Probably doesn’t surprise anyone that I really enjoy this tea – I feel like I’ve said that about practically all the rose blends that DT has done this year, of which...” Read full tasting note

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Having trouble sleeping? Unwind before bedtime with this sweet and floral organic rooibos. Strewn with soothing hops, passionflower, rose petals and silver linden flowers – a popular sleepytime ingredient hailed for its calming benefits – it’s got everything you need to sweetly drift off to dreamland.

Organic: Rooibos, Rosehips, Silver linden flowers, Rose petals, Marigold blossoms, Hops, Passionflower. With Natural flavouring.

Floral and lightly sweet, with a fragrant wildflower honey aroma

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Take this with a grain of salt… but this tea was revolting. Like, I made it two sips in and tossed it. Why? I believe the culprit is the hops – I think I got a bit of a hop pellet in my infuser, and the resulting brew tasted like a disgustingly hoppy beer. I hate beer, and my previous hop experiences have all been pretty negative. It’s just too bitter for me. And mixed with rose and rooibos? Yuck yuck yuck. On the other hand, if you like hops and/or extreme bitterness, maybe you’ll like this tea. Or maybe, getting a hop pellet in one’s cup is abnormal, and I got a particularly gross cup. Who knows.

Leafhopper

I like hoppy beers, but combining hops with roses sounds like a bad idea.

Martin Bednář

Hops and roses? If it is blended carefully it could work. Maybe different variety of hops too. Do not know.
But maybe it just don’t work together.

VariaTEA

I can’t believe you got 2 sips out of a tea you rated a 1.

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This was the first time I tried a really floral rose tea. The smell was a little overwhelming and strong for me with all the rose. The first few sips I couldn’t really decide what I thought, I could taste the rose and some honey and some other floral taste that I wasn’t familiar with.
Overall, I think I came to the conclusion that I enjoyed my cup, I wouldn’t be heartbroken if I never had a cup, but… I will probably keep some in the house because it is nice for before bed and something rather different than most of the teas I drink.

Flavors: Floral, Honey, Rose

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Last of the new Wellness teas!

Probably doesn’t surprise anyone that I really enjoy this tea – I feel like I’ve said that about practically all the rose blends that DT has done this year, of which there have been many. I think it’s a beautiful blend though, and I adore the name – since this is specifically designed to be a sleep aiding tea blend I think it’s probably as perfect as you could get! I believe it’s the hops and linden flower specifically that are meant to be good for helping you sleep, and of course the blend itself is caffeine free too. Another element that I really like is that this is a sleep blend without any chamomile or valerian root since both of those are ingredients that people often have strong aversions to (sometimes because of the taste, sometimes for allergies, etc.)! I think that’s really cool; and a sleep tea without chamomile is a BIG win for me personally since I detest the taste of it…

In terms of taste this is a pretty simple blend IMO – the two strongest notes are definitely rose and honey and I really like those two coupled together. There’s something super soothing about rose to me, and the honey element paired with the sweeter rooibos base and hint of hops in the blend feel like a very nice way to keep the rose from tasting almost perfume-y. It’s still really fragrant, don’t get me wrong, but there’s a supporting sweetness to it! I like this blend a lot, and while I haven’t bought any yet it’s one that I do have intentions of picking up.

I know people are probably a little sick of rose; it’s a polarizing flavour and there’s been a lot of it this year. There were so few floral teas in the collection at the start of the year (aside from Jasmine) and there was a big push this year to inject some into the wall. However, I really do hope this one lands with people. I mean, I hope that all the rose teas do just because I love that profile so much in tea blend – but this is one functional/wellness blend that I actually do personally really strongly believe in and support (possibly because I do struggle a lot with insomnia) and I’d really like to see it do well enough to stick around because, really, all our sleep teas basically have chamomile in them now…

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

Super Starling!

I wish I loved rose more — it tastes like soap to me! It’s so beautiful in the cup, though! The only blend I like it in is Love Tea #7, mostly because the other flavors blend/mask it so well.

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