Organic Rose Petal Tea

Roses are a member of the Roseacea family and of the genus Rosa. There are literally thousands of hybrid varieties, the most popular roses used for culinary purposes are the rose damascena and the apothecary rose.

Roses are believed to have originated in Asia millions of years ago, and were first cultivated for the garden in China around 500 B.C. Their popularity as a garden variety flower spread quickly across the Northern Hemisphere. Rose petals are available year-round with a peak season during the summer months.

Rose petal tea is a fragrant and delicious herbal tea that is made from the petals of roses. It has been enjoyed for centuries for its delicate flavor and potential health benefits. Rose petal tea is rich in antioxidants and can help to promote relaxation, improve digestion, and boost the immune system. It is also believed to have anti-inflammatory properties and may help to reduce inflammation in the body.

To make rose petal tea, the petals of fresh or dried roses are steeped in hot water for several minutes. The resulting tea has a lovely floral aroma and a delicate, slightly sweet flavor. Rose petal tea can be enjoyed hot or cold and can be sweetened with honey or other natural sweeteners. It is a caffeine-free alternative to traditional tea or coffee and can be enjoyed throughout the day for its potential health benefits and delicious taste.

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Cut and Pack Size:TBC - 20 kg
Country of Origin:India



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  • Contain antioxidants that help protect the skin from damage caused by free radicals
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  • Can be used to make a soothing and refreshing tea that is rich in Vitamin C

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