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The green sepals collectively form an outer floral envelope to protect the developing flower bud which looks like a purple ball giving off enchanting sweet aroma.
The rose tea infusion, creating an enchanting aroma and lingering fragrant aftertaste, not only tastes mild and delicious also are good for our skin. It is truly a healthful daily beverage.
Being the most popular flower worldwide, pink rose is historically reputed and venerated as the national flower in Iran which nowadays is famous for its oil output though. Iran is probably the most intense flower giving nation, since ancient times they have had a custom of giving flowers for various occasions. Among all those flowers grown in this ancient land, rose is second to none in people’s mind not only due to its fine fame “the flower of love” but its beauty and exceptional fragrances. The most famous rose in Middle East, named as Mohammed, is native to central Iran. If you have been to Teheran (the capital of Iran) you will impressed by those blooming rose flowers swayed in the breeze in parks. Rose is indispensable for daily life of Iranians and rose patterns as a popular building design for decoration are also widely adopted in their buildings including churches or private houses. Indeed, as those Persian roses dancing in the breeze in the streets and windows of common households all four seasons, so this landlocked country seems to be not as dry as the one we learned from our textbook.
Pink rose, one kind of the rose varieties native to warm tropical regions, is an excellent flowering shrub and an important spice plant, commonly used to make herb infusion or to serve various medicinal purposes. There are a lot of rose species worldwide - the original species including wild rose type have more than 250 kinds, besides, the hybrid varieties and new variants can reach up to tens of thousands by rough estimate. Among them, the R.gallica, the R.centifolia and the R.damascena are the three important rose varieties which are widely planted in the world.
Herbal tea refers to any beverage made from the infusion or decoction of plant material including flower, stem, or leaf even plant root. These 100% natural ingredients without any artificial colors and caffeine content can guarantee its good quality. So we can say these good-looking herbal teas, being rich in nutrients (such as Vitamin B, C, and E), are not only pleasant to look and but also healthy to drink.
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Эти розочки очень вкусные. Если у вас есть зеленый чай, то можно их смешать. И получится свой рецепт! Эти розочки я всегда съедаю из чая - они сладкие и очень приятные. These roses are very tasty. If you have green tea, you can mix them. And get your prescription! These roses I always make of tea - they are sweet and very pleasant.
I added these flowers to a hot apple cider with vanilla bean. Great combination to sooth during the cold months.
I won a free herbal tea sampler and this was in it, thank you Teavivre for that. Herbal teas give me cringes, so I had my doubts with this. Not surprisingly, Rose bud herbal tea has a very intense rose aroma. It smells like a perfume. I first thought if it would taste the same. Luckily it didn't. The taste was pleasantly sweet. Teavivre suggest lemon with this, but I hadn't any so I was unable to try that. I'm sure would be quite nice. The color of this tea is yellow and it has a strong rose aroma. The taste has interesting vegetal level among all that rose. I would suggest this to everyone, you're not going to drink cheap perfume like my first impression was. It is really good tea, especially with brown sugar.
If you add some sugar, some lemon juice and a few ice cubes,this tea is perfect as a dessert for a summer afternoon.The liquid has a clear yellowish colour. It has almost the taste of roses jam , if sugar added.
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