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English Rose Teabags

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Item Code: 271494 / Net weight: 50 Teabags: 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.


95% Black Tea, 5% flavouring.

Brew a Perfect Cup

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

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Average customer rating based on 12 reviews

This tea is not recommended for people who want a rose-flavoured tea. The rose is completed masked by a generic and cheap-tasting fruit flavour. As opposed to being subtle and slightly sweet as rose tea usually is, this is tart and overly fruity. Not at all as advertised.

Posted by James Hope (19th May 2015)


I was trying to go for a rose-flavoured tea, but I could barely taste the rose at all! Overpoweringly fruity, and I'm not 100% sold on fruit tea. Makes a refreshing ice tea though, even if that isn't the intention.

Posted by Roanna Castle (18th May 2015)


I was given some rose tea from another renowned tea company which I loved and when theirs was no longer available I was excited to find this. I presumed from the name that the "sun-ripened fruit" would take a back-seat to the rose flavouring but all I can taste is strawberries (which I hate!). Very disappointed.

Posted by Bellanora (20th April 2015)


So disappointing. I've lost my usual rose tea and was thrilled to think I might have found a substitute, unfortunately I will have to keep looking. Smooth tea but no rose.

Posted by Rachel (30th March 2015)


This is a delightfully refreshing tea, hot or cold

Posted by Joanne Wilkinson (25th January 2015)

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