Rose Green Tea Pyramid Tea Bags

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DescriptionIndulge in the splendor of Fujian's prized offering with our exquisite Rose Green Tea Pyramid Tea Bags. Each pack is a gateway to tranquility, featuring 10 or 20 elegantly designed pyramid tea bags, each filled with 7 grams of a harmonious blend of plush Rose rugosa cv. plena and the finest High Mountain Green Tea, a true hallmark of Fujian province.

Product Specifications:
- Name: Rose Green Tea Pyramid Tea Bags
- Quantity: 10/20 pyramid tea bags per pack
- Weight: 7g per pyramid tea bag
- Key Ingredients: Luxurious Rose rugosa cv. plena, Premium High Mountain Green Tea
- Origin:Fujian, China
- Type: Superior Pyramid Tea Bag

Our Rose Green Tea Pyramid Tea Bags are a testament to the rich tea culture of Fujian. The rose green tea within these bags is meticulously selected for its superior quality, ensuring each cup you savor is imbued with the essence of China's finest roses and green tea leaves. The "red rose tea bags" are not only a treat for the palate but also a visual spectacle, as the vibrant green tea leaves and lush rose petals unfurl elegantly within our transparent pyramid tea bags.

Crafted from premium food-grade PET yarn, these pyramid tea bags are designed to preserve the integrity and flavor of the rose green tea while being environmentally friendly. The pyramid shape provides ample space for the leaves to expand, releasing their full bouquet of flavors into your cup without the need for a separate tea strainer.

To relish a hot brew of our rose tea bags, steep one pyramid tea bag in 600ml of water at precisely 80 degrees Celsius for three minutes. If you prefer a cold brew, place one rose green tea pyramid tea bag into a jug, fill it with 600ml of pure water, and refrigerate for 4-8 hours for a refreshingly smooth drink.

Choose our Rose Green Tea Pyramid Tea Bags for an authentic Fujian rose green tea experience, where every sip is a journey through the lush gardens and misty mountains of one of China's most renowned tea-growing regions.

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