Chamomile Rose Petal Organic Herbal Tea from BeauTea Studio

chamomilerosepetalTea Information:

Leaf Type:  Herbal

Where to Buy: BeauTea Studio

Tea Description:

Chamomile Rose Tea ~ Always Organic ~ Herbal Goodness…Organic Whole Chamomile Flowers hand blended with Organic French Rose Petals to create a fragrant and ultra calming tea.   Delicious with just a bit of honey.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

Today was one of those days where I needed a bit of a relaxing tea.  Catching up from being off on vacation for a week and some change wasn’t too bad, but I still had a few stressful moments here and there.

I was looking thru my tea stash and stumbled upon this delightful little tea.  A simple Chamomile Rose Tea.  Sometimes I feel like some teas have too many inclusions and sometimes you want something simple.  This fit the bill perfectly. Chamomile and Rose Petals.  The dry leaf had that old familiar loving smell of relaxing chamomile and the rose petals added a hint of floral aroma.

I decided I wanted to cold brew this beauty instead of enjoying it as a hot brew.  I threw the sample into my cold brew bottle that was filled with cold water and let it steep on my desk while I continued to plug along.

A few hours later, I took my first sip.  On yeah. . .that was exactly what I needed.  The sweetness of the rose and the mix of the chamomile baked flavor just hit my taste buds right.  I’m sure this tea is nice when brewed hot, but brewed cold I feel like the flavors come out even more.  The rose petals really sang and the chamomile was fresh and bright.  You couldn’t ask more for this herbal.

Simple and done right.

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