Sandia Rose Tea
The Sandîa Mountain range east of Albuquerque earns its name from the dusty rose-magenta glow acquired as the sun splashes its last remaining rays over the majestic mountain range’s 10,600 foot peaks. For this brilliant pink coloring, the Spanish settlers gave it it’s name – Sandîa – translating as, “watermelon.”
At tea.o.ography they see it more as a lovely rose & lavender, depending upon the way the light hits…inspiring this sensuous & spicy tea.
Spice, floral, and smooth.
Energizing, stimulating, and restorative.
Sensuous & spicy. Bold & complex. Savory.
BREWING METHOD BY THE CUP
TEMP: boiling (206 F)
SERVING: 1 tsp / 10 oz water
TIME: 3-5 minutes
Organic pu-erh black tea + organic cassia cinnamon + organic rose petals + organic red chile + organic fennel seed + organic vanilla bean.