Rose Black Tea in Loose Leaf

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About Rose Black Tea in Loose Leaf

Ingredients Black tea, Rose petals, Borage , Cardamom
Origin Turkey
Shelf life  24 Months
Storage Condition Keep in Cool and Dry Place
Features All Natural, No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives

Black tea is perhaps the most popular and well-known type of tea. The highest cultivation of this tea in the world is dedicated to the production of bagged tea and is generally combined with other types of tea to achieve various combinations, such as breakfast or afternoon tea that can be combined. It has to be made with milk or sugar. Due to its oxidation cycle, black tea has a stronger flavor and colour than other types of tea.

Grab a cup of boiled water (208°F) and let the tea to steep for 4-5 minutes, check the package for the right steep time.


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Nothing can compare to the scent of freshly brewed black tea in the evening. The smell can quickly take us back to childhood when we couldn’t wait to grow up and hold a real tea party. Just get up right now and brew a cup, or invite your friends to a real tea party with a nice cup of black tea mixed with rose petals.

In Western culture, people frequently refer to black tea when they talk about tea in general. Black tea is commonly used to make sun tea, sweet tea, iced tea, and afternoon tea. Even the famous Earl Grey and English Breakfast blends are made with black tea leaves.

This is in contrast to Eastern culture, where tea typically refers to green tea in China and Japan.

Natural Moreish offers 100% natural black tea with no additives or preservatives. Keep this delicious and beneficial tea in an air-tight container in a dark and cool place. Storing it in the refrigerator may help you keep it fresh for a more extended period.

General Information

The Camellia sinensis plant produces black tea. Before being processed and dried, the leaves can fully oxidise, resulting in a dark brown colour and a distinct flavour profile. Black teas are often described as astringent because they are bold and brisk.

Though various teas are processed differently, they typically have two distinct appearances: others are rolled into long curly leaves, while others are ‘wrap-curled’ into short beads with tails. In China, the first style is more conventional.

Black tea is grown and processed in a wide range of climates and geographies around the world. India, Sri Lanka, and Africa are the three largest producers of black tea today. India produces half of all tea in the world. The following are some of the most popular black tea styles made by these countries:

  • Assam

  • Darjeeling

  • Ceylon

  • Kenyan

We combine high-quality black tea with rose petals to make it even more delicious, which gives the tea a floral, calming aroma and flavour.

Delicious Ways to Use Black Tea

Black tea can be made into hot or iced tea, but in the United States, iced tea seems to be the most popular. Some black teas are meant to be consumed with milk and sugar, while others are self-drinkers. Masala chai, English breakfast, and Assam black tea are examples of teas that are traditionally drunk with milk and sugar. Earl Grey (which isn’t usually served with milk), iced Ceylon teas, and Nigiri black teas are among the teas traditionally served with lemon and sugar.

Black teas are often the best teas for breakfast and afternoon tea. Black teas are known for their bold flavours, making them ideal for pairing with Western cuisine, but they also go well with Indian, Thai, and African cuisines.

Serving and Portion Size

Most adults can tolerate a few cups of black tea per day. Even though black tea has less caffeine than coffee, an eight-ounce mug can contain anywhere from 40 to 120 mg of caffeine. Caffeine overdose can result in light-headedness, dehydration, headaches, stomach cramps, and an irregular heartbeat.

Caffeine in excess is not recommended for people with anxiety disorders, and breastfeeding women should consult their doctor about it. More than three cups of black tea per day, on average, can be harmful and irritate the digestive system of a nursing infant.


Keep your Black tea dry and away from any humidity. Dampness and moisture will shorten the tea’s lifetime and also allow mould to develop.

Tea will absorb the scent of anything stored nearby, which is why we still suggest keeping your loose-leaf tea away from strong odours. This may imply that a kitchen cabinet, especially spice cabinets and pantries, is not the best option for storing your loose-leaf tea.



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