Rose Black Tea Pyramid Tea Bags
Product Tag:tea bag
Embrace the elegance and allure of our Rose Black Tea Pyramid Tea Bags, where the enchanting fusion of Ceylon Uva Black Tea and fragrant Rose rugosa cv. plena unfolds. This premium blend, originating from the lush landscapes of Sri Lanka and the renowned rose gardens of China, offers a luxurious tea-drinking experience.
- Quantity: Each pack contains 10/20 meticulously crafted pyramid tea bags
- Weight: 5g of tea per bag
- Ingredients: A blend of Rose rugosa cv. plena and Ceylon Uva Tea
- Source: Fujian, China
- Packaging: Convenient and eco-friendly pyramid tea bags
Our Rose Black Tea Pyramid Tea Bags are the epitome of sophistication, combining the natural, sweet undertones of Ceylon black tea with the rich, velvety aroma of red roses. Each sip promises a symphony of flavors, leaving a delightful and lasting impression on your palate.
The liquor of the tea is a captivating red hue, indicative of its quality and the seamless blend of the robust black tea with hints of vanilla from the red roses. This creates an infusion that not only pleases the taste buds but also leaves a fragrant reminder of its exquisite taste.
Environmentally conscious and user-friendly, our pyramid tea bags are crafted from high-quality food-grade PET yarn. This material is not only safe and hygienic but also environmentally friendly and biodegradable. The unique pyramid shape allows for an expanded infusion, liberating the full bouquet of flavors without the need for a separate tea strainer.
For a warm and comforting cup, place one Rose Black Tea Pyramid Tea Bag in a teapot, pour over 200ml of water heated to 80 degrees Celsius, and if you wish, sweeten with sugar or honey. Allow the tea to steep for 3 minutes before indulging.
For a refreshing cold version, place a tea bag into a cold brew pitcher, add 600ml of pure water, sweeten as desired, and refrigerate for 4 to 8 hours.
For a comprehensive guide to brewing the perfect cup, please consult our detailed blog posts or watch our step-by-step videos on YouTube.