Rose is a flowering shrub of the genus Rosa and there are currently more than a hundred species of wild roses worldwide. Dubbed the "the queen of flower" by the Greek poet Sappho, Rose tea had been a common beverage during garden parties in Britain since the days of Queen Victoria.
For the orients, specifically the Chinese, Roses is used to clear "heat" and reduce anxiety and depression. The gentle, exquisite sweetness of its aroma, coupled with its considerable therapeutic value secured the Rose a special place in the medicine and perfumery of Ancient Persian, Egyptian, Indian, Greek, Chinese and Roman civilization
No. of Teabags
Place one teabag into a mug and add about 250ml boiling water. Cover the mug and let it steep for 3-5 minutes before enjoying the brew
Place one teabag into a mug and add about 70ml of boiling water. Cover the mug and let it steep for 5 minutes before pouring in another 180 of ice water.
Natural flower is known to cause allergy to some people. Those who are suffering from asthma, are allergic to flowers or are pregnant are strongly advised to seek professional medical advice before consumption
Keep in cool dry place. Away from strong light and odour.
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