It is no secret to anyone that some varieties of this flower are used to make a tea drink from rosebuds. In this article, we will talk about this tea.

About Rose Tea

For the production of tea used dried buds unblown artisanal roses. They can be different colors, but most often in the market, there are pink and red flowers.

People started to call them tea, just because almost everything that is brewed and drunk, as tea automatically falls under the tea category of the average consumer. Hence the name – rose tea.

Most often, the buds are used as an additive to various teas and herbal blends, and someone uses them in cooking. Infusion does not have a pronounced taste, so it is rarely brewed separately.

These flowers can be found in combination with Shu Pu-erh, Oolong, Green teas, and herbal tea. They do an excellent job with the task of diversity and softening the taste, while not interrupting it, but pleasantly complement.

If you brew the roses separately, you get a clear infusion with a pink tinge. It will have a mild flavor, perhaps with a slight bitterness and a floral aftertaste.

Why You Have to Buy Rose Tea?

Those who have been keen on tea drinking for a long time know that sometimes body requests something different. Since not everyone is ready to buy flavored teas, the rose is great for changing the taste of an already familiar drink without the use of chemicals.

Health Benefits of Rose Tea

Like any plant, a rose has its own chemical composition, in which there are vitamins and minerals. Of course, they are useful, but it is worth remembering that this is not a medicine.

Tea from roses helps to relax, relieves stress, and relieves pain, especially in women during menstruation and more.

There is a lot of information about its benefits on the Internet. Some information you can find here.

Where To Buy Rose Tea?

You can buy it in our online store We deliver worldwide.

How to Prepare Rose Tea

There are lots of ways, one of them we describe below:

  1. Add 2 teaspoon of Rose tea into 300 ml / 10 oz boiled water ~ 80-100 °C / 176 -194 °F
    (the higher the temperature the stronger the bitterness will appear).
  2. Let it brew for 5-10 minutes (the longer you brew it the richer the infusion will turn out).
  3. Drain the resulting infusion and the tea is ready to drink.

In some cases, the brewing process can be repeated, for example, if you prefer a weak infusion.


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