Quality tea that is a good crushing of dried rose petals for that familiar scent and flavour – that’s got to be the prettiest tea, rather tisane, you ever had. And with a touch of warm or fragrant spices, the flavours of your rose tea could be taken to new levels. It’s quite simple to make this oh-so-comforting tea, actually. It’s available in delicate sachets, a blend that includes flavours like liquorice, fennel and aniseed, or you could make your tea using petals from the most fresh, sweet-smelling

Making the perfect cup of Rose Tea


  • Fresh rose petals/dried roses
  • Pot of boiling water
  • Honey
  • Sweet spices or flavours (optional)


Start with rinsing the rose petals to remove any dirt and be sure to remove the bottom white part of the petals. In a tea pot, boil water and add a handful of the roses/petals to it. Notice the colour of the water slowly become a beautiful shade of rosé. At this point, you can bring the boil to a halt and sprinkle some crushed spices of your liking to the rose tea. Using a tea strainer, pour your rosy tea into your favourite tea cup and maybe accompany it with some butter cookies and cupcakes.

Benefits of Rose Tea

You would be surprised to know that rose tea is packed with Vitamin C. Its properties also include being anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and antiseptic, making it the perfect drink for beautiful skin and reducing acne. It is rich in Vitamin A and Vitamin E, adding to the benefits it has to offer to one’s beauty, such as hydrating and tightening skin.

Consuming rose tea can reduce any suffering due to pain during heavy periods. It is also proven to be a good remedy for irregular periods and can cure urinary tract infections.

A cup of this tea at the end of every day is the best way to relieve yourself of stress. It calms down the nervous system and is even known to act as an anti-depressant.

You now know how to make your cup of roses and drink it too. You’re probably already on your way to get some fresh roses or rose buds to see for yourself the benefits of this tisane. Apart from just being another pretty cup of tea, Rose Tea, if you allow it, can be the BFF you’ve always wanted