"The Queen of Flowers" has long been valued all over the world. In ancient Egypt, a tincture of roses was used for cosmetic purposes, but in Asian countries, the rose is appreciated for its positive effect on human health. Adding fragrant pink buds to the tea leaves, you will turn any tea party into a real aesthetic process: the roses will not only give a stunning flavor to the tea, but will also delight the eye, circling in a magical dance.
In Asian countries, this noble flower is considered the best natural aromatizer for different types of tea, especially since in addition to its aroma, the rose gives all its nutrients, among which are a complex of vitamins and organic acids. Pink buds can be used for the natural aromatization of black and green teas. In its pure form, the petals can be used for cosmetic purposes as a skin tonic, as well as a soothing fragrant drink that helps to relax.
Main region of planting
– Guangdong, Jiangsu, Henan
Advices for the best brewing
Time 300" Amount 2g Water 500ml Temperature 70 ̊ Steeps 1
International brewing method
Time 30"60"120"180" Amount 4-8g Water 150-300 ml Temperature 80 ̊ Steeps 4
Chinese brewing method
To get the maximum amount of nutrients from the plant, try preparing a lavander infusion. Take 3-4 grams of the dry plant per 500 ml of water and infuse for 10-15 minutes.
Regulates the digestive system; Tones the body; Relieves nervous tension; Useful for skin health