Made from wild rose hips, this tea boasts a vitamin C content that rivals a glass of orange juice.
What Does Buddha Teas Rose Hips Tea Taste Like?
If you think your cup of Buddha Teas Rose Hips Tea is going to make your mouth pucker, you couldn’t be more wrong. Unlike the vitamin C lozenges you may have sucked on and reacted with, as Oprah describes, “ugly cry” face, our delicate, balanced vitamin C-rich tea couldn’t taste less tart. So go ahead, steep away, and enjoy this immune-boosting tea any time of day, all year long.
How to Make Rose Hips Tea
Because some of rose hips’ vitamin C can diminish in high heat, we believe in the common sense approach to use water no hotter than about 190-200 degrees F to make your cup of Buddha Teas Rose Hips Tea. Steep as long as you like, though; as stated above, the smooth flavor will not bitter, even up to a 10-minute soak.