Eden Foods, Organic, Sencha Rose, Green Tea with Rose Hips & Petals, 16 Tea Bags, .95 oz (27.2 g)
By Eden Foods8 Reviews
0.37 lbs (0.17 kg)
- Product Code: EDN-18139
- UPC Code: 024182181395
- Package Quantity: 16 Tea Bags, .95 oz (27.2 g)
- Dimensions: 2.6 x 3.1 x 4.6 in, 0.15 lbs (0.07 kg)
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- OCIA Certified Organic
- Kosher Parve
A unique blend of Japanese organic green tea leaves, Bulgarian organic rose hips and Moroccan organic rose petals. A celebratory green tea with the subtle sweet aroma and flavor of roses. Deeply relaxing yet uplifting. An array of healthy antioxidants, with 41% less caffeine than brewed coffee.
Organically grown Uji green tea and roses are tended, harvested, and prepared as they have been for centuries, creating a delightfully refreshing, and satisfying tea whether served steeping hot or ice cold.
For thousands of years our ancestors used rosehips as tea.
For the Perfect Cup
Hot: We recommend using a ceramic, glass, earthenware or stainless steel kettle or teapot. Heat water almost to a boil. Fill a cup and steep the tea bag for 4 plus minutes and remove. Do not boil green tea.
Iced: For a glass of ice tea, brew as above using less water. After steeping, cool and then pour into an ice filled glass. To make a pitcher of ice tea, we recommend using 4 tea bags to 1 quart water for 6 servings.
Organic sencha green tea leaves camellia sinensis, organic rosehips, organic rose petals
iHerb Customer Reviews
The box is sealed with plastic which is a plus. As soon as the plastic came off the whole box reeked! I was surprised to find the bags are sealed in individual foil pouches? There are no rose hips inside. just some minimal pink dots, not whole nor halved rose hips. Deceptive! I bought thinking it was just rose (ORGANIC ROSE is bold on the box!) I didn't see the 'green tea' part. This reeks of green tea gone bad and synthetic rose perfume. It tastes terrible. A waste of money. PS: the USDA stamps any organic foods with an "organic" seal. This does not bear it at all. Why? Is it truly organic? With a stench like that and a taste like this, your guess is as good as mine. To the trash it goes!
I drink this tea every morning, love it