Brew Fragrant Rose Tea
Sniff... then sniff a bit more. Now brew.
Simply use 1 teaspoon of Wild Tea #4 Dried Rose Pieces with 8oz of 200° water. Let it brew for 3-5 minutes. Then strain and savor each sip.
Beautiful And Delicious
Since our dried rose pieces are 100% non-irradiated and pesticide-free, they make not only an incredible tea, but can also add vibrant color to all kinds of delicious recipes. Include them in crafts and gifts, like potpourri blends and bath salts.
Some Facts On Roses
There are about a hundred species of roses, which have a wide variety in shape, color, and climate preference.
The tallest rose bush ever recorded stood at an amazing 23 feet tall! (That would take some time to "stop and...climb up a ladder to...smell the roses.")
Roses are one of only three flowers that are mentioned in the Bible. The other two flowers mentioned are camphire and lilies.
Many species of roses grow fruit. Maybe you've tasted them before. Their fruit is called a rose hip and closely resembles a berry.
Wild Tea FAQ's
We recommend about 3g of tea per 6oz cup of tea. For most teas, 3g equals a heaping teaspoon. There are 28g in one ounce, so there are ~9 cups of tea per ounce if using the leaves only once.
Of course, we recommend 2-4 infusions on average depending on the type of tea.
In this case, multiply 7 X total ounces X number of infusions to get total cups of tea per purchase.
Use a kettle to boil water and a teapot to brew and serve tea.
Herbal teas are caffeine-free. These include all rooibos teas, spearmint, peppermint, hibiscus, lemon balm, and most herbal teas using whole ingredients.
Green tea contains about 40mg per 6oz cup.
Guayusa tea contains about 66mg per 8oz cup.
Yerba Mate tea contains about 30-55mg per 8oz cup.