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Rose with French Vanilla - Loose Leaf (100g)

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Product Description

A seductive tea, combining a fine Single Region Pekoe from Nuwara Eliya with the mystical, sensuous fragrance of rose petals. Celebrated throughout history for its alluring romanticism, the rose is one of the most sought after amongst flavours. The gentle tea is encircled by the softly sweet floral aroma of red rose to deliver a feminine and very gentle brew. The rose fragrance is tinged with the flavour of French Vanilla, heightening the romance of this tea and softening its character.

Tasting Notes

Orange brown with yellow reflections, this is a medium bodied tea that is potently perfumed flowery nectar. The aromas are mirrored in the taste - honey, rose, vanilla beans, toffee, caramel, cotton candy and malt. The astringent and chewy tannins make for a tea that has bearing.

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  1. Reminds me of Pure Turkish Delight

    Posted by Jo on 29th Jan 2013

    I first tried this up at my local cafe and was very impressed. However I can't seem to replicate the brew. There are no instructions and I am getting a very bitter tone which doesn't reflect the gorgeous aroma
    Dilmah NZ says: Please use fresh (never re-boiled water) and preferably filtered (as the hardness of water can also make a difference) boiling water and pour the boiling water straight onto the tea/bag.
    Stir/jiggle to start the brewing process and leave to brew for 2 mins. Stir/jiggle again.
    Brewing time should be min 3 mins and max 5 mins depending on the strength you enjoy.


  2. A bit too intensely flavoured for my tastes

    Posted by Elizabeth on 28th Aug 2012

    I've had black tea flavoured with rose before but it had pieces of rose flower in it so the tea still had the gentle flavour of rose in it but it was much too subtle.


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