White Rose Tea

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The White Rose Tea offers an aroma of freshly picked roses to relax and calm you.

May help with

Teas For Weight Management
Weight Management
Teas For Body Fat
Body Fat
Teas For Stomachache
Digestion
Teas For Skin Glow
Skin Glow
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Recommended by Health Experts

Recommended by Health Experts

HISTORY & ORIGINS

White Rose Tea
The origin of roses dates back to 35 million years. In Greek mythology, it is believed that roses came into existence through the tears and the blood of Adonis, the lover of Aphrodite (the goddess of love). Cleopatra, who is known for her affairs, used loads of rose petals to cover her floor to scent the air romantic to woo Mark Antony. In the Victorian era, roses were even used as a mode of communication. Since then, different colours have got their meanings. Red for love, pink for friendship, and white for innocence. White tea was first discovered in China’s Fujian province in the 1700s. The first two variants were called Da Bai and Da Hao. There are no historical records that talk about the origins and history of white tea. Although, it is believed that white tea was first produced during the rule of the Song dynasty (960 – 1280 AD) in Imperial China. With the floral notes, fresh scent of rose, and the delicate flavour of white tea, we say indulge yourself in the White Rose tea.

INGREDIENTS & HEALTH BENEFITS

Rose Tea
Rose Petals
Silver Needle Tea
White Tea Leaves
The underrated White Tea leaves contain polyphenols that help manage weight, are filled with antioxidants, improve oral health, prevent heart disease and diabetes. Along with that, the Rose Petals help smoothen the respiratory system and reduce stress. Especially for the ladies, they help alleviate menstrual pain and have anti-ageing effects.

STEEPING NOTES

Brew Type

BREW TYPE

Hot Brew

Cold Brew

Tea Quantity

TEA QUANTITY

2 GM

8 GM

Water Quantity

H2O

160 ml

500 ml

Steeping Time

STEEP TIME

3 minutes

Overnight

Water Tempterature

H2O TEMP

80 C

Refrigerated

Caffaine In Tea

CAFFEINE

Low Caffeine
Low Caffeine

BREW TYPE

Hot Brew

Cold Brew

TEA QUANTITY

2 GM

8 GM

Water Quantity

H2O QUANTITY

160 ml

500 ml

STEEP TIME

3 minutes

Overnight

H2O TEMP

80 C

Refrigerated

CAFFEINE

Low Caffeine
Low Caffeine
Tea Aroma

AROMA

Light Grassy notes with Rose fragrance
Taste

TASTE

Floral notes with Creamy texture

CONDIMENTS AND COMPLEMENTS

Honey in Tea

HONEY

Stevia Leaves in Tea

STEVIA LEAVES

Sugar In Tea

SUGAR

White Rose Tea
Tea Aroma

AROMA

Light Grassy notes with Rose fragrance
Taste

TASTE

Floral notes with Creamy texture

CONDIMENTS AND COMPLEMENTS

Honey in Tea

HONEY

Stevia Leaves in Tea

STEVIA LEAVES

Sugar In Tea

SUGAR

BREWING NOTES FOR HOT TEA

  1. Add 2 gm or 1 tsp of tea leaves in your pot
  2. Separately heat a cup of water to below boiling temperature
  3. Pour Water over tea leaves
  4. Brew for 2-3 mins and steep

FUN RECIPES

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Frequently asked questions

What is white tea good for?
White Tea leaves contain polyphenols that help manage weight, are filled with antioxidants, improve oral health, prevent heart disease and diabetes.
Does white tea reduce belly fat?
White tea contains catechins, which may help enhance weight loss
Which is better green tea or white tea?
While both contain the same powerful combination of antioxidants, trace minerals, and nutrients, white tea contains a higher number of antioxidants than green tea.
What is the best white tea?
The Silver Needle variant of white tea is the best as it is made up of only the top buds that have not fully opened yet.
Is there caffeine in white tea?
Since white tea comes from the Camellia Sinensis plant, it is naturally caffeinated.
Is white tea good for hair growth?
White tea is rich in epigallocatechin gallate which is an antioxidant that helps promote hair growth and fights hair loss.
When should I drink white tea?
The best time to drink white tea is in the morning and after every meal.
Is white tea good for the skin?
Being a source of antioxidants, white tea can help in preventing acne. It can also aid in clearing out the existing acne by flushing out the toxins from the body.

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  1. Love the Rose Tea. I used to hate drinking tea but this one has a nice floral flavor. Highly recommended!

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