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English Rose Loose Tea Pouch

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Item Code: 271486 / Net weight: 125g / 4.41oz


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Origin: Blended
Leaf Type: Black Tea with Flavouring
Taste: Floral, sweet and aromatic
Drink: Without Milk
Brew: Lightly, 2-3 minutes according to taste with water off the boil
When to drink: After dinner

This aromatic flavoured Black tea with sweetly fragrant English rose is one of the oldest China teas scented using flowers and blossoms. Chinese tea is always deliciously smooth and naturally sweet, just gently dry and always most refreshing.

This product cannot be shipped to Australia.


Black tea, flavouring, 1% Rose Petals.

Packed in an environment where nuts are handled.

Brew a Perfect Cup

Ideally warm the pot first with a splash of hot water. Use one teaspoon (around 2g) per cup and always use freshly drawn and boiled water. Allow to brew for 3-5 minutes according to taste. Can be drunk with our without milk.

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Average customer rating based on 4 reviews

As someone who is generally quite picky about tea (I have picky tastebuds) I have to say that I really like this tea, it's not to sweet and not too overpowering with the rose, and tastes good both on its own and with milk, so in conclusion, I like this tea, another! xD

Posted by Katheryn (2nd March 2014)


Really love this tea and have been drinking a lot of it during the current hot weather. Even my husband has been converted and has made it a firm favourite. Don't make too strong as its subtlety is what makes it so enjoyable.

Posted by Pat R (19th July 2013)


Compared to many rose teas this one lacks the full strength of black tea with purely rose petals added; it's much more fruity than it is rosy, and neither flavour wins out over the other, but it does make for a lovely sweetened cup of tea.

Posted by Melissa D (31st March 2012)


I have purchased other brands of rose tea in the past which are comprised of only black tea, rose petals and rose oil which gives a lovely delicate floral flavour. This tea however has flavouring added (sun-ripened fruits) which makes it taste like a fruit tea rather than a floral tea so perhaps would be better listed as a fruit tea. I don't buy fruit teas as I don't like them but this one slipped by me as I was expecting just rose.

Posted by CH (13th December 2011)

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