Sipdown theme: A Rose tea

Preparation: Western
Tasting Note:
So I was ready to write off all rose teas because they seemed to be mostly pungent and perfume-y which usually causes me to take two sips and dump the cup (with a few exceptions in certain fruit blends). Then I came across crimson rose and I feel a lot more comfortable drinking rose teas again. This tea has more of an alpine taste and the rose flavor is there very, very lightly which I think is what I finally needed from a rose tea. I actually enjoy drinking this from time to time and fun fact, it is another fun color changing tea. If the tea is brewed with an acid (lemon juice etc) the tea becomes more red-pink, if the tea is brewed neutral to basic it has (yellow, green, even pale blue colors). It is a really great tea to brew in a glass tea pot or mug.

Flavors: Rose, Spring Water

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 14 OZ / 400 ML

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