Chiswell's of London
Rose Petal / Bud Tea from Chiswells of London (125g)
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Rose Petal/Bud Tea in 125g bags Rose Petal Tea from Chiswell's of London is a wonderfully soothing blend of rose petals, which makes a delicate full bodied sweet rose fragranced tea turning your fresh hot water pink.This Rose Bud tea is also caffeine free.
Rose Petal/Bud Tea is made from the petals and buds of the woody perennial rose plant. Most rose petal tea is produced from the five petals that make a rose bud, and are usually red, pink, white or even yellow. Rose Petal Tea from Chiswell's of London is carefully chosen and then hand packed to order with love.
This rose tea looks deep red with little flecks of red and pink colours.
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What Are The Health Benefits Of Drinking Rose Petal/Bud Tea?
Rose Petal tea has many active natural ingredients which helps to strengthen and maintain your body's immunity. Rose Petal Tea is quite commonly used to help fight against colds and fevers. The Rose Petal tea helps to rid your body of unhealthy toxins too. Rose petal tea helps to maintain your skin's elasticity and fighting against any damage cause by everyday pollutants, keeping your skin looking radiant and healthy. The Chinese have been benefiting from Rose Petal / Bud tea for thousands of years, prizing its high vitamin C content. Menstral tension and menstral cramps can also be eased by drinking Rose Petal tea on a regular basis.
Who Are Chiswell's of London?
The Chiswells of London merchant heritage began in the 18th century with Richard Chiswell importing tea, coffee and spices from Constantinople. Richard Chiswell was so successful that he became one of the wealthiest men in 18th Century Britain, becoming one of the founders of the bank of England. There is reference to Chiswell's success throughout London, with Streets and parks being named after him. His home town became a village called Debden in the county of Essex, just outside of London. He built a mansion house there, with a church and housing for his employees. Unfortunately Debden house was lost during the Air raids of World War 2, however the church and village remains to this day. With a long history and established trading routes, the Chiswell family have continued the tradition to the present day, bringing only the best products to the British market.
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