Source for rose tea?

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Oct 2nd, '08, 14:52
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Source for rose tea?

by caligatia » Oct 2nd, '08, 14:52

I'd really like a good rose black tea. Anybody know of a good source?

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by Mary R » Oct 2nd, '08, 23:11

I'm a fan of Tao of Tea's Rose Petal Black.

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by gingkoseto » Oct 3rd, '08, 10:17

I believe you can get best quality/price ratio by getting black tea and rose bud separately, and brew them together.
The upscale way to make it is to brew black tea first, and immediately use the black tea water to brew rose bud. But most of the time I would throw them both in a pot or cup and brew them together. It tastes as good for me.

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Re: Source for rose tea?

by jazz88 » Nov 5th, '08, 17:42

caligatia wrote:I'd really like a good rose black tea. Anybody know of a good source?


Me too. That's one of my favorites. Tao of Tea "Rose Melange" is nice but I liked the one from Golden Moon better.

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