Brew using boiling water and leave to infuse for 5 to 10 minutes
Flower Garden Tea is a Herbal and Fruit Tisane Blend. Every sip evokes images of English summertime with bees buzzing and a gentle breeze as you indulge in the infusion’s sweet flavours.
Discover its finer qualities here at The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company. Since our establishment in 1982, we’ve packed each Loose Tea and Roast Coffee fresh to order. Doing so ensures quality and consistency.
What is Flower Garden Tea?
This Loose Leaf Tea contains Apple Pieces, Pear Pieces, Strawberry Pieces, Raspberry Pieces, Pink Rose Buds, Blackberry Leaves, Cornflowers, Marigold Blossoms, Rose Petals and All-Natural Flavouring.
You might notice the absence of so-called “real” Tea leaves from the Camellia sinensis plant. As a result, it is 100% caffeine-free, a perfect choice for those looking to cut down their intake.
But allow us to discuss the ingredients that are within our Flower Garden Tea. Rose Petals have long been used for their reported health benefits. In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, French leader Napoleon Bonaparte believed that they treated musket wounds.
Millennia earlier, Cleopatrata considered them an aphrodisiac! We now know that they contain an abundance of immune system-boosting Vitamin C.
Meanwhile, Blackberry Leaves, which derive from the perennial bramble plant, grow throughout much of the world. They have been utilised by the ancient Greeks, Romans and Native Americans for digestion, sore throats, gout and more.
Then there are Marigold Blossoms, which are a cultural symbol in Hindi, Buddhist and previously Aztec societies. Combined, these components are a match made in heaven.
How to Make Flower Garden Tea
- Add Flower Garden Tea to a Tea Filter or Infuser.
- Place the item in a mug or cup of your choice.
- Boil water to 100°C and pour it over the leaves and flowers.
- Allow it to steep for 5-10 minutes.
How to Serve: No accompaniments required.
Tasting Notes: Imparts sweet, fruity, and herbaceous notes.
Health Benefits of Flower Garden Tea
While Rose Petals might not be efficient at treating musket wounds, they can alleviate anxiety. According to a 2019 study, mice fed a water-soluble extract experienced improved stress levels.
Furthermore, according to preliminary research, Rose Petals might promote weight loss. Blackberry Leaves, too, could help you drop pounds by boosting the metabolism of fat cells and enabling you to burn fat quicker.
Caffeine LevelDecaff (none)
CountryMore Than One Origin