Rose Tea

Don’t just stop and smell the roses - enjoy them in our red rose tea! Rose Petal Black Full-Leaf Tea, an English tradition, combines young rose buds with China black tea to deliver a tea experience fit for royalty. Gourmet ingredients such as rose hip peels, hibiscus, and raspberry are featured. Turn your home into a quaint British café with the exquisite flavor of our fine rose petal teas.

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  • Raspberry Rose Hibiscus Tea Bags

    Herb Tea for Sweethearts - Every day should be a celebration of love. Raise a cup of this romantic blend with a base of flavorful, healthy Nigerian hibiscus. Sweet, ripe raspberries and delicate rose petals add fruity and floral notes. Enjoy this caffeine-free blend with the ones you cherish.

  • Saffron Rose Herbal Tea Bags

    Worth its Weight in Gold

    Known as the world's most expensive spice, saffron has been used for thousands of years in European, Indian and Persian cuisine. It's unique sweet-savory flavor and distinct aroma elevates anything it is blended with. This smooth, bright golden cup is finished with the delicate, floral notes of fresh rose petals for an ethereal sip.

    The premium saffron in this tea comes from Rumi Spice, a company founded by former U.S. Army officers who served combat tours in Afghanistan. Sourced from local Afghan farms, they employ 2,000 women to hand-harvest the delicate crimson stigmas of the flowers. Committed to empowering Afghan women and its economy, Rumi reinvests back into agricultural and manufacturing infrastructure.

    I smile like a flower,
    not only with my lips,
    but with my whole being.

    - Rumi

  • Beautifying Botanicals® Beauty Sleep Herbal Tea

    Sip, sleep and nourish your skin from the inside out. This hydrating, violet-hued herbal infusion contains a proprietary blend of botanicals that can help improve your skin complexion.* Indulge in a bed time beauty ritual with this relaxing chamomile and aromatic rose caffeine-free tea.

    A squeeze of lemon adds a bright flavor and a pink hue.

    BLUE BUTTERFLY PEA FLOWER: Supplies anthocyanins that have been shown to promote collagen.*

    CHAMOMILE: Used for many centuries to help induce sleep.

    HIBISCUS: One of the best hydrators nature has to offer.*

    ROSE HIP: Studies have shown anti-aging properties for skin.*

    BAMBOO: Contains silica which can strengthen hair, skin and nails.*

    SCHIZANDRA BERRY: An adaptogen used for centuries for skin protection.*

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Rose Tea

What is rose tea?

Rose tea is an aromatic beverage that may contain various parts of the rose plant, such as rose petals, rosebuds or rosehips. Rose may be infused into black tea or green tea, blended with other herbal ingredients, or simply steeped on its own. It is often associated with beauty and vitality, and is a popular choice during afternoon tea in England.

What does rose tea taste like?

Red rose tea has a delicate floral flavor, reminiscent of a beautiful bouquet of fresh roses. Many tea drinkers also notice a light fruit flavor. The aroma is uplifting and gentle, without overwhelming the senses. The taste can vary depending on which additional ingredients are used. Other botanicals, such as hibiscus and chamomile, will enhance the floral notes. Apples and raspberries will deliver a sweet and fruity flavor, while spices will add a bright contrast to the taste of rose.

What are the ingredients in rose tea?

Rose tea may feature any number of ingredients. Due to the mild and versatile flavor of rose, this flower can be used in a variety of tea applications. Rose petals can be infused into any traditional tea, such as black tea or green tea. The addition of rose petals to these teas will deliver a beautiful floral aroma. Rose petals may also be steeped with various other botanicals, herbs, dried fruits and spices to create a soothing herbal tea.

How is rose tea prepared?

Steeping rose tea is quite simple. It may be prepared using rose loose tea leaves or tea bags. Heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil, then pour the water over the tea leaves. Allow to steep for 3-5 minutes for black tea, or 5-7 minutes for herbal tea. Remove the tea bags or infuser, then serve. Savor your tea sip by sip.

When is the best time to drink rose tea?

Rose tea is a wonderful beverage for sipping year-round, and at any time of the day, but it is especially nice on days when you are a bit under the weather. Feeling stressed or anxious? Steep a cup and breathe in the calming aroma of vibrant botanicals. Feel your worries melt away with every sip.

How much caffeine is in rose tea?

The caffeine content of rose tea will depend on whether it contains Camellia sinensis leaves or not. A rose petal black tea contains less than half the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee. If the rose tea is a completely herbal blend, it will be naturally caffeine-free.

What are the health benefits of rose tea?

In addition to being renowned for its exquisite flavor, rose tea is also recognized for its myriad of wellness benefits. Rosebuds and rose petals may help to assist the immune system.* This tea is also known for its beautifying benefits for skin and hair.* Many tea drinkers find the floral aroma and gentle flavor to be incredibly soothing, and incorporate the beverage into their evening rituals in order to help assist with the reduction of occasional stress and anxiety.*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.