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Rose Black Sips by Heavenly Tea Leaves

Black Tea, Rose Petals, Rose Flavor

High Caffeine

How to Make This Tea

  • 1 tsp per 6 oz. water
  • Heat water to 208° F or boil
  • Steep for 3-4 min

Why You'll Love This Tea

Produced in the Hunan region of China, this combination of beautiful rose petals and black tea come together to create a sweet, mellow blend.

Why You'll Love This Brand

Heavenly Tea Leaves was built on a seemingly simple yet painstaking idea: America deserves better tea. Tea is the most consumed beverage in the world after water, but for many Americans, dusty and poor-tasting tea bag–grade tea is the only version they've ever known. Considering tea’s popularity and impact around the world, and an increased knowledge of what makes tea great, this is something they're set on changing.

In 2006, Noushin Ebrani used one of her life's biggest challenges as the catalyst for a new venture she called Heavenly Tea Leaves. After beating cancer, she took to drinking freshly brewed organic tea as part of a healthy daily regimen. Amazed at the healing and uplifting nature of tea, Noushin founded Heavenly Tea Leaves with a single goal in mind: to share the goodness of quality loose leaf tea with as many people as she could.
By sourcing the highest quality teas, herbs, and botanicals the world over, and focusing on organics, Heavenly Tea Leaves is committed to offering a selection of the most flavorful and wholesome ingredients while keeping our planet and health in mind—that's their promise. They stress quality and taste above all else, and by borrowing from the world's time-honored tea traditions, founder Noushin Ebrani and her son Matthew are on a mission to share the goodness of loose leaf tea, along with the experiences surrounding it, with as many people as they can.

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