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Dried Dark Red Rose Tea
The dark red rose variety originated from France，and is one of the ancient edible rose varieties in Yunnan. It has unique morphological characteristics. The plant height is about 60cm, the flowers are 30-35 double petals, the flower diameter is 10-12cm, and the flower color is dark red with black. High pigment content, velvety texture, rich and pure floral fragrance, the flowering period from April to December, long flowering period, and a lot of flowers. Dark red roses are rich in vitamins A, C, B, E, K, and rich in anthocyanins and tannins. Anthocyanins are important elements for anti-oxidation and anti-aging. Tannins are used to prevent cardiovascular diseases. The edible effect of roses has been recorded in major medical books since ancient times. The ancient folks have formed the habit of eating roses for health. Long-term consumption of roses can help relieve liver depression, promote qi and blood circulation, and beautify the face. After brewing the dark red rose tea, the fragrance is rich and fragrant, and the taste is smooth to drink. The aroma of the rose returns to the mouth and comforts the heart. The taste is sweet and pure.
It is not recommended to brew with other teas or auxiliary materials, which will affect the original flavor of roses.
Since the dark red rose tea has a strong floral fragrance, so it is effective in regulating bad breath. Long-term drinking can improve sleep, and it can also help digestion and reduce fat. Because it can improve weight loss, it is best to drink after meals.
Suggestions for brewing dark red roses
The water temperature should not exceed 80°C [170F]. The anthocyanin content in the black rose is rich. When the temperature is too high, the anthocyanin will be degraded, and the anthocyanin will lose its unique effect when the anthocyanin degrades the black rose.
Avoid the flowers when adding water because the petals will turn white from hot water. So add the water along the edge of the cup. You can use tools such as tea clips to moisten the flowers in the water and help the flowers to fully release their fragrance.
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