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This is a tea of flower, is made of Fuding needle white tea with rose and chamomile. When smelling the tea, the fragrance of rose wills firstly come to your nose. Then take a small sip, you will taste the flavor of chamomile. The refreshing flavor of white tea accompanies the floral scent. With such a rich flavor, the tea liquid will definitely satisfy your mouth. In the meantime, this tea is good for health, especially for drinking in hot summer, because white tea is good for relieving summer-heat, and chamomile can reduce inner heat. It is believed in traditional Chinese medicine that chamomile, rose and white tea have medicinal value. So this tea is a good choice for people who concern about your health.
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We can learn the tea’s culture, how it is processed, and its affection to our health, or even how to drink tea properly. For example, this Chamomile Rose Needle White Tea is flower scented tea, which is a special type of tea in China. It is made of finished tea leaves with fragrant flowers. This type of tea keeps the original aroma of tea, as well as the strong scent of flower. The floral scent is quite unique.
The climate of Fuding, Fujian is appropriate for different tea trees, including the tea tree of Chamomile Rose Needle White Tea, which is Yunnan large leaf specie. This tea tree is originally from Yunnan. It is one of the excellent tea tree species in the world. This specie is not only excellent for producing pu-erh tea, but also for green tea, black tea and white tea. Science researches show that Yunnan large leaf specie contains high content of tea polyphenol, catechinic acid, and amino acid.
White tea contains various functional components, including caffeine, tea polyphenol, tea polysaccharide, theaflavin, theanine and so on, which are beneficial for human health in multiple aspects. For example, tea polypgenol can anti-aging, by antioxidation and clearing free radical away; caffeine is diuretic due to its function of restraining the re-absorbing of sodium, chloridion and water; flavanols, and also caffeine, help to refresh mind and remove fat.
Chamomile is of compositae family, originates in European. The chamomile of this Chamomile Rose Needle White Tea is planted in Sinkiang, China. According to traditional Chinese medicine, chamomile is described as: sweet aroma, slightly bitter, good for easing fatigue and reducing blood pressure. It can be infused with rose, which is also useful in traditional Chinese medicine. Rose is good for blood, and can also nourish the skin.
TeaVivre's Chamomile Rose Silver Needle White Tea is from Fuding in Fujian province, on the south eastern Chinese coast.
This tropical mountainous coastal area is perfect for growing Pekoe. It has abundant rainfall and temperatures that are neither too hot in summer nor too cold in winter. The mountains around the farms are more than 80% forested, ensuring the soil has a high natural fertility and organic content, removing the need to use fertilizers.
Mr. Lin Xingbiao has been a professional tea farmer for thirty years. Born in a traditional tea family, he was deeply influenced by his family and built his own tea factory in 1966. With the gradual growth of his factory, he is trying to seek the common development between enterprise and tea farmers. He thinks that the most challengeable factor is the weather. If tea leaves suffered from bad weather, the yield would be reduced and the quality would not reach the standard. If tea leaves suffered from cold weather, straws would be used to cover them and protect them from being frosted. This is what Mr. Lin gets from his experience over the years.
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Therefore, the first priority is to strictly control product quality and ensure its reputation. Mr. Lin, together with his tea factory, will continue to provide high-quality tea leaves and regularly increase the number of tea factory which provides the healthy and natural tea beverage for the public.
Making floral scented tea has a very long history. It can be traced back to Song Dynasty (AD 960) when people added a natural perfume, kapur, into tea. Though it is not flower, the significance of adding perfume into tea is literally the same as making flower scented tea. Floral scented tea was not massively produced until Qing Dynasty (AD 1851 - 1861). Around 1890, it became a regular drinking among peoples. After the foundation of new China, the production area of floral scented tea was expanded, and the yearly output was increased. Nowadays, Fujian Province is the number one production area of floral scented tea in China.
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Not a fan of aromatic teas, but I loved it, it's wonderful for a last cup before sleeping.
This was the first time I have tried a tea with chamomile and rose. I enjoyed the aroma as I raised my cup to drink. However,I like to drink tea plain and Silver Needle White tea is my favorite white. Curiously, I decided to try a sample of Chamomile Rose Silver Needle White and to my surprise the combination was very flavorful and smooth. I also found the tea left me a relaxed mood in afternoon. I will definitely purchase more in the future.
I finally have gotten the chance to try a sample package of this tea. Despite having it on hand for 6 months, it still serves an extremely fresh, soothing tea. Taste: Light and sweet (exactly what you would expect from a rose + chamomile + white tea blend) Aroma: Pleasantly floral; chamomile > rose (Just note that the chamomile scent is very strong. If you're one of those who can't stand chamomile, this tea isn't for you. The tea resteeps well for me to continuously repouring while I read before going to bed. I think I found a bedtime tea to start stocking.
This tea while good was too mild for me to want again.
Nice, mellow tea with only a subtle floral taste, not a really strong one, and definitely not bitter at all. I also love the fragrance, a lovely mixture of both roses and spices!
I received this tea as a sample with my order of Silver Needles White Tea and tried it first. Very nice aroma and mild taste. I'm new to brewing loose leaf teas, so i will be trying various steeping times.
I have received this sample. This tea is light and easy on the palate. I hardly notice the presence of the rose. Maybe I will try to let the tea steep longer in water before trying it again.
I received a sample of this tea with my last order, and I am placing an order for it right now! The dry leaves are so pretty that I displayed them in my tea dish before steeping for my guest. The aroma was at first very strong chamomile, then in a few minutes all I could smell was rose. The steeped tea is once again more chamomile than rose to me, but it is thick and creamy tasting from the silver needles which enhances the chamomile flavor for me so that I feel I get more of that taste than I do even from straight chamomile. The rose really adds such sweetness to it, and it resteeped beautifully.
The first thing I notice about this tea is how pretty it is! Gold and chocolate-colored tea leaves rolled into narrow strips, decorated with bright pink rose petals. My sample even included a perfect, whole rose bud. I admit, I plucked it out and sniffed it. Dried roses smell a lot like fresh ones, only a tad more peppery. It had also absorbed some of the decadent Fujian black tea flavor. Mmm. The tea itself is a little more mellow than I expected, but I like it. Unlike some rose teas I’ve tried in the past, this one isn’t too peppery with the rose flavor. It’s mild and comforting. In the black tea I taste notes of sweet potato and dinner rolls. I know dinner rolls is sort of a weird descriptor, but it’s good! I love the fact that Teavivre never skimps on the quality of the black teas they use for flavored teas. It’s always something that would be fantastic on its own. There’s something very relaxing about it. I would love to try this again during the winter, to enjoy the summery rose contrasted against the cold. Flavors: Floral, Flowers, Rose, Sweet Potatoes This review was originally published on Steepster by Tabby in June 2014. TeaVivre has added this whole review here by getting permission from Tabby.
The aroma of this tea is wonderful, a bit herbaceous from the Silver Needles and full of floral and straw notes from the roses and chamomile. It takes on a rich sage aroma once it is brewed and the liquid retains a bit of the sage and mixes it with the rose and chamomile aroma. The taste is very refreshing and mildly sweet. It is safe to say this tea has a cleansing quality to it. First is a sage like taste from the Silver Needles, then a fresh straw like taste from the chamomile. It is followed by the rose which leaves a wonderful floral aftertaste.
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