Thousand Petal Rose - Organic Green Tea with Organic Rose Petals
Thousand Petal Rose - Organic Green Tea with Organic Rose Petals Thousand Petal Rose - Organic Green Tea with Organic Rose Petals Thousand Petal Rose - Organic Green Tea with Organic Rose Petals
£24.00
A perfect marriage of wild-harvested rose petals and pure organic green tea. Whole leaves blossom into a sweet, soft and heart-warming tea with a pale green liquor.

A perfect marriage of wild-harvested rose petals and pure organic green tea. Whole leaves blossom into a sweet, soft and heart-warming tea with a pale green liquor.

Flavour  Sweet, soft and clean tasting with a heady rose fragrance.
Character

Gently Warming. Soothing. Relaxing.

A harmonious balance of sweet, warming and heart-opening rose with the cleansing, cooling and lively nature of green tea. Refined and subtle, its nature is to soothe, relax and quiet the mind.

Origin This living tea combines organic green tea from the mountains of Central China and organic pink damask rose petals from Sichuan.
Quantity 50g (32p per serving)

Thousand Petal Rose should ideally be made with cooler water - at about 70-80. It can also be cold brewed. For cold brewing with cold or room temperature water reduce the amount of tea leaves to 1 teaspoon (2g) per 300 ml.

The traditional way to make living tea is to use a small pot with a generous amount of leaves. The leaves are then used for multiple, short infusions. Living tea made this way brings out all of its taste, vibrancy and complexity.

  Tea Temperature Time Infusions
Quicker (100ml) 1 tbsp 70-80C 45-60 secs 4-5
Kyusu (250ml) 1 tbsp 70-80C 60-90 secs 4-5
Travel Flask (300ml) 1 tbsp 70-80C 60-90 secs 4-5
Cold Brew (300ml) 1 tsp Cold Water 2-12 hours 2-3

Relieves Qi Stagnation. Calms the Shen.

In Chinese Medicine, rose (mei gui hua) is a gentle herb which can be used alone as a tea and in traditional herbal formulas. Rose is sweet, warm and relieves Qi stagnation by promoting circulation of Qi and Blood. Combining this with the cooling and descending nature of green tea gives the tangible effect of calming and settling the Shen.

This is may be felt as a sensation of Qi gathering around and then dropping down from Bai Hui (Du 20). This unique characteristic gives rise to the name Thousand Petal Rose, as Bai Hui in sanskrit is sahasrara meaning ‘thousand petalled’.

Nature Neutral - Cool
Movement Descending
Element Fire-Wood