Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Kusmi Tea - Rose Green Tea

Created in 1867 by Pavel Michailovitch Kousmichoff in St.Petersburg, Kusmi Tea quickly became one of the three largest teahouses in Russia and was a supplier to the tsars. The teahouse rapidly expanded throughout all of the Europe - opening offices in 1907 in London, then the world capital of the tea trade, Berlin, previously the modern and trendy place for tea, and finally in Paris, where Viatcheslav, the son of the founder, moved the company in 1917 after fleeing Russia because of the Revolution. Since then, Kusmi has expanded around the world, continuing to please connoisseurs and gourmets alike, from New York to Tokyo, Oslo, Milan and Moscow.
I got to try the Rose Green Tea - which by the way would make an awesome Mother's Day gift! Rose Green Tea: This green tea is rolled in rose petals, which gives it a delicate, natural flavor and scent. A classic tea that you can drink to your hearts content. In order to preserve its characteristic flavors, this tea is best served when following water temperature and time instructions. We suggest to enjoy this tea during the afternoon. Main flavor: Floral.

I really enjoyed this tea. It was mild, and calming. Very nice. Check it all out at Kusmi Tea on Facebook, as well as Kusmi Tea on Twitter.
 
I received a product from Colangelo PR and Kusmi Tea in exchange for a review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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