Shangri-La Rose tea promotes beauty and better sleep. Our Shangri-La Rose has a subtle rosy flavor with slightly tangy, fruity notes and a delicate fragrance.
Each flower is good for 2 more refills of hot water in a 6-7oz cup. The petals of our Shangri-La Rose are edible.
+ Glowy skin and hair
+ Gut health boost
+ Restful sleep
[ x ] Naturally caffeine-free [ x ] Antioxidants [ x ] Vegan
[ x ] Zero calories [ x ] Non-GMO
9 x Individually Packed Rose (27 cups)
Pour hot water (180F) over 1 flower in a small server or a cup and use bamboo tongs to keep the flower submerged. Watch as the flower unfurls and enjoy the visual splendor. Infuse for a minimum of 3 minutes. Sip and enjoy for a moment of Zen and delight. For other ways of enjoyment please see our blog.
Shangri-La, Yunnan. Diqing Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture.
This one-of-a-kind high mountain rose is cultivated in Shangri-La at 10,000 feet above sea level. The special varietal yields the boldest nutrients, flavonoids, and aroma as it is from the prized 1st pick of Spring. See Rose harvesting visit at the farm here.
Such a versatile flower. Love the rose tea! I also used the petals in ice cubes, with mint and lemon, which is a lovely addition to any drink. I'm excited to use the rose in other recipes too!
The experience was so wonderful that a obtained two boxes to immediately share with my friends via snail mail. We all need day brighteners during this quarantine period. This infusion is the best brightener!
Rose is such a wonderfully versatile flower. While drinking it as a tea is beautiful and yummy I've also experimented with making my own DIY rose petal facial mask and flower bath. It's wonderful, nourishing and wonderful. Def the highest quality and the biggest Rose I've ever had.
I'm not usually a tea drinker, but the flowers are just so beautiful I wanted to give a try! This rose tea is divine - a nightly cup has been so relaxing and nourishing. I highly recommend it!