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From Arthur Dove Tea Co.

Why are roses romantic? Whether it’s their cheeky rouge-ness or the contrast of soft petals and sharp thorns this bouquet of Turkish delights is dipped in chocolate and topped with almonds for a suitably flirty floral blend perfect for a romantic night in.

Sri Lankan Black Tea, Chinese Black Tea, Cocoa Nibs, Almond Pieces, Rose Petals, Natural Flavouring

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1446 tasting notes

I’ve been drinking this a bit lately. I think it’s supposed to be a valentine tea, so it seemed appropriate for the themed tea in the sipdown thread. The first steeping of this today was great. Strong rich rose with good supporting flavors rounding it out nicely. The second steeping was a little weak and still tasted bland even with the addition of whipped cream. At the rate I’m going, it’s likely to be a sipdown soon along with Hound On The Hunt!

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11078 tasting notes

As soon as I saw this on Arthur Dove’s site I knew I wanted it in my life.

It tastes quite delicious steeped up. The rose is, understandably, the most prominent flavour but it’s a sweet and weirdly juicy feeling rose that reminds me of rosewater turkish delight and jellybeans. It’s not the rose I would have expected from this tea, but I am very much feeling it. There are hints of chocolate and a marzipan like almond note and both compliment this sweeter and indulgent feeling floral tea. I had it hot and plain, but I could very easily see this making for a unique and delicious rose latte.

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