The Italian Flower
Back in the 1100s, crusaders came across the Italian town of Salerno where they discovered the locals applying rose buds and petals for cosmetic beautification. Nowadays the word rose is synonymous with Titanic romances, spacefaring little princes, and tales as old as time. Most people don’t associate this lovely little flower with tea, but it’s thought by many that rose-rich beverages promote healthy hair and skin. So, it’s like the old saying goes, if your rose isn’t enchanted, why not drink it – especially White Tea Bergamot and Rose Petals.
How to brew the perfect cup of White Tea Bergamot and Rose Petals
1 heaped teaspoon per person, 75-80°C water temperature, 1 -3 minutes brewing time.
White Tea Bergamot and Rose Petals – the Love Leaf twist
Pair this White Tea Bergamot and Rose Petals with dark chocolate for a sumptuous bit of indulgence.
White Tea Bergamot and Rose Petals Ingredients:
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