Imperial Roses Herbal Tea Shandong (25g)Product Code 1303000200
Experience the Rejuvenating in Your Tea
Enchanting aroma and lingering fragrant aftertaste. Caffeine free.
Imperial Roses is Herbal tea. Product origin from Shandong, China. This product net weight is 25g.
The violet-red petals, accentuating the bright yellow hue of the stamens, slowly unfurl in the water and open up to become a full bloom. The romantic sight ushers in sheer delight in is enjoyment. The smooth infusion gives a rounded mouthfeel and strong aroma. A hint of sweetness is transmitted and spread from the tip of the tongue to release a satisfying sense of happiness and wellbeing.
Selected half-opened buds of the choicest of premium fresh rose blooms provide a delightful glimpse of their 'hearts'. They are picked one by one by flower growers early in the morning, between 4~8am, and then dehydrated at a low temperature between 35°C~45°C to preserve their intrinsic properties. These rose buds are a rich source of nutrients packed with beneficial compounds. The small harvest makes them a rare fine in the market. With no artificial fragrance or colour added, they yield the purest of herbal teas.
Rose Tea has a unique flavour, and a rich content in Vitamin C, anthocyanins, citronellal and citronellol. Taking rose tea helps beautify the skin, lighten the complexion, eliminate fatigue and promote metabolism; meanwhile, it also helps ease the mood and relieve depression.
Product Origin: Shandong, China
Ingredient: Selected half-opened buds of the choicest of premium fresh rose blooms
Tea Type: Herbs Tea
Tea Intensity: Honey-gold infusion, Crystal-clear
Fragrance: strong aroma, Pronounced aroma
Taste: Rounded mouthfeel, Smooth, Sweetness
Brewing hints 1:
Pour hot water at a temperature of 80°c into a tea brewing utensils of 200cc, and add 1 rose. Infuse for about 3 minutes and serve. It can be brewed several times. Avoid pouring water directly onto the rose when hot water is added. This way of brewing maintains the beautiful shape of the blooms as they unfurl. The pale, crystal-clear infusion yields a delicate fragrance that lingers. An appropriate amount of Chinese wolfberry, honey or rock sugar can be added according to personal preference.
Brewing hints 2:
Place 1 rose into a tea brewing utensil of 200cc. Pour in hot water at a temperature of 80°c. Infuse for about 3 minutes and serve. It can be brewed several times. This way of brewing enables the rose to quickly absorb water and open up. They give pronounced aroma and a honey-gold infusion. Pour water directly onto the rose when hot water is added. Where necessary, gently swirl the tea brewing utensil or use a teaspoon to separate the petals to help them get back to shape and release the flavour.
- Anthocyanins released by the roses in the course steeping will manifest changes according to the pH values in drinking water - alkalinity causing it to turn blue or green, acidity causing it to turn yellow. This is a natural phenomenon and is not a cause for worry.
- There many be some changes in the colour of the roses when they undergo low-temperature dehydration - the colour of some stamens and tips of the petals may darken. This is a natural phenomenon and is not a cause for worry.
- The anthocyanins is a water-soluble flavonoid pigment and turns pale over time. This is a natural phenomenon.
Storage: Keep away from sunlight, heat, moisture. Store in airtight container and keep it in the refrigerator.