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White Rose Organic

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Finalist, World Tea Competition

This soothing combination of 100% organic ingredients is a soft embrace. Delicious, healthy white tea is blended with pink rose petals and lovely white chrysanthemum for a subtle, warming brew.

The perfect end to a hectic day.

White Rose Organic Tea Type: White Tea

Ingredients: organic white tea, organic rose petals, organic chrysanthemum flower

Origin of White Rose Organic : China

White Rose Organic Caffeine Strength:

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3 oz.$12.95
40 Cups,  32 cents per cup
8 oz.$31.10
100 Cups, Save 10%
16 oz.$55.25
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1 oz. Reusable Tins

3 - 8 - 16 oz
black reseal bags

Manufacturer: Teas Etc

USDA Organic Certification Why Buy Organic? QCS Organic Certificate

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Good tea (Thursday, March 20, 2014)
Reviewer: Sudesh

The rose flavor is palpable in this teas flavor structure. It gets stronger the longer you steep it, tastes great with a teaspoon of Agave. Will buy it again.

subtle (Friday, June 08, 2012)
Reviewer: Teresa

This is a subtle tea. Not for ones who like a lot of flavor.

Love it! (Sunday, March 18, 2012)
Reviewer: Teresa

Such a nice, light tea!

LIke this tea! (Wednesday, March 07, 2012)
Reviewer: Teresa

This one is good. Very light, not a whole lot of flavor but good to add to the mix. It kind of cleanses the palate!

White Rose (Saturday, January 07, 2012)
Reviewer: Karen

Gorgeous tea...beautiful...

White Rose (Saturday, January 07, 2012)
Reviewer: Karen

A delicate tea...really lovely

The best rose tea (Friday, December 09, 2011)
Reviewer: Rebecca

For many years, a part of my daily ritual was drinking a wonderful organic white tea with roses, which simultaneously energized me for the day and calmed my mind. About a year ago, the company stopped importing it and their alternatives tasted more like flavored water than tea. I tried various other companies, and finally found this one from Teas, Etc. It tastes wonderful, yes, but it also has that same wonderful combination that energizes and calms at the same time. Highly recommended.

White Rose Organic (Saturday, November 05, 2011)
Reviewer: Karen

A delicate, gentle, lovely tea.

White Rose Organic Tea (Monday, September 19, 2011)
Reviewer: Teresa

This is a nice light tea with a wonderful rose fragrance. It's not sweet or citrusy.

Very good, but you have to like the rose flavor. (Friday, February 25, 2011)
Reviewer: Kyle

I received a sample of this one and thought overall it was quite decent. The rose flavor is the prominent note in this one, likely because white tea is very light on its own. It can sometimes overpower if you steep too long or use too hot of a water while brewing and this can be off putting if you aren't a fan of roses and because rose flavor can be sharp. When you get it right though the blend is quite smooth, but very light. I would recommend if you enjoy subtle or light teas, but I personally enjoy stronger options.

White organic rose (Friday, February 18, 2011)
Reviewer: Linda

Just not my "cup of tea". I found it lacking in body and strength. I just prefer black teas.

White Rose Organic (Sunday, December 05, 2010)
Reviewer: Patricia

This tea is wonderful...very relaxing, yet warming on our cold winter nights! Thank you so much!

Smells amazing (Wednesday, September 01, 2010)
Reviewer: Clare

I got this tea in a sample, It is very yummy. I have the white crane which is also supper white tea but when thats gone I will be buying more of this rose tea. Great lite refreshing tasting white tea.

White Rose Heaven (Saturday, July 31, 2010)
Reviewer: Tammy

I absolutely love the blend of white tea with rose & chrysanthemum! The floral smell is wonderfully soothing & not overpowering at all. The flavor of the white tea blends beautifully with the florals creating the perfect cup of luxurious self-indulgence!

Rose Tea (Tuesday, June 01, 2010)
Reviewer: Diane

This is a wonderful tea both in taste and appearance. The rose flavor is present but not overbearing.

A Gift (Saturday, May 01, 2010)
Reviewer: Beth

this was recieved most well and many thanks were given for a most pleasant tea experience

Received it as a sample (Tuesday, February 23, 2010)
Reviewer: Leslie

I really hoped this would be a decaffeinated tea, since I cannot have any caffeine. When I received the sample, it did have some caffeine so I chickened out of trying it. It smelled wonderful and is a lovely combination. I would like to find a rose tea with no caffeine. I've had it at a tea shop, so I know it's possible. But I was just scared to try this. It's probably terrific.

Beautiful and Tasty (Tuesday, January 12, 2010)
Reviewer: Sheri

This tea was pleasing to the eyes as well as the palette. I loved the floral flavor,it was just enough, to keep it tasty and refreshing.

White Rose (Tuesday, December 29, 2009)
Reviewer: Karen

A beautiful tea - very light, lovely. The rose is not over powering - just right balance.

rose tea (Wednesday, December 23, 2009)
Reviewer: Yong

I got this as a sample, and it will be part of my next order. The rose was subtle and not too overpowering.

A Rose Bouquet (Saturday, November 21, 2009)
Reviewer: Kristina

I absolutely love roses and I love drinking this tea. It makes me feel like I am drinking a bouquet of roses. Perfect for an afternoon pick-me-up at the office to add romance to your day.

Refreshing (Monday, July 13, 2009)
Reviewer: Windus

I really enjoy this tea in the afternoon after a nice healthy lunch. I think it is the perfect strength, more than what I expected when I decided to sample it.

white rose (Monday, March 09, 2009)
Reviewer: Ashley L.

Normally I like white teas. But sadly to say the rose in this and the chrysanthemum was too overpowering. I have had rose tea before but It was subtle rose flavoring would of been good.

white rose organic (Saturday, February 21, 2009)
Reviewer: Karen

Love the soft notes in this tea...when you want something that is gentle and light, soothing to the senses this is the tea.

white rose organic (Saturday, October 18, 2008)
Reviewer: Karen

I love this is so subtle and soothing....absolutely lovely tea to relax with.

delicate tonic (Sunday, August 03, 2008)
Reviewer: madison

this tea is great combination. the rose delicately enhances the white tea's flavor without overwhelming it. and the chrysanthemum adds depth and detoxification benefit. yum.

White Rose Tea Review (Thursday, March 27, 2008)
Reviewer: Christine Newtson

Delicious, "light"--a bit sweet for me, but blends well with other teas to cut the sweetness. (I tend to shy away from sweet tastes overall, so the sweetness level is probably "just right" for most people.) Can't wait to try this over ice on a hot summer's day! Thanks for suggesting it. Christine

A new favorite (Friday, February 22, 2008)
Reviewer: Susan

I just tried the organic white rose sample I received with my latest order. A delightful treat. As beautiful to look at as it is to taste. I was surprised that it seemed to have little bit of a peppery bite to it, though very subtle (don't let that keep you from trying it!). It will be on my next order! Thanks for the samples and the great service. --Susan

lovely White Rose Organic Tea (Wednesday, January 09, 2008)
Reviewer: Connie

This tea has everything my customers love. It is Organic, (not always a requirement but can be a plus) it's a white tea which has good buzz right now, and it is beautiful in the clear tea thermos's or a clear glass pot. The pink rose petals plump up to nearly the size of a quarter and the tea is a lovely color with chrysanthemum whole flowers drifting by. The taste is subtle yet lovely. I'm not great at describing tea flavors, but I love this one, and I sold out my first dozen I ordered. This tea would also make a lovely gift when not sure what to buy someone. A tin of this and a glass tea pot is a real treat. Thanks for another great tea. Connie

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