Welcome to Tea with Evening Shire. We thought it would be nice to share some tea together.
Today we are drinking Vahdam’s Blooming Rose Black Tea.
The experience starts with the company’s tag line on the top of the box. “Unbox a New Journey in Tea”
My first impression is the light beautiful scent of roses. It’s not that overpowering perfumy scent but just a delicate one that brings you into the garden on a summer morning.
This tea does contain tree nuts for anyone who might be allergic. The other ingredients are surprisingly wonderful Black Leaf Tea, Almonds, Pistachio, Cardamon, Rose, and saffron.
I placed the tea into my teapot. This is a loose tea so you will need a tea strainer.
I let it steep for about 5 minutes for my first cup. It was very light which surprised me. My mom felt it was too light for a black tea. She is of course the ultimate black tea drinker. But I found the light taste pleasing to my novice pallet. It was herbal without an overly unnatural taste.
On my second cup which had steeped much longer. The black tea tones began to come out more. It was still pretty light and didn’t overwhelm the floral accents.
My mom found the experience just as pleasing. She mentioned that if you were a black tea drinker you might find this blend a little light. But if you are a novice like me you’ll enjoy this tea very much.
About Vahdam Teas
Vahdam is a company whose brand speaks loudly of the care for the earth and care for the tea and those who grow it. They are creating a new experience of tea drinking where the tea comes direct from the grower. They eliminate the middleman and bring teas direct from Indian’s gardens. They work closely with growers and help make sure all earnings stay within the region that the tea is grown.
This company not only supports the growers but also helps their communities on a micro level with education and health. ” Everytime you purchase a VAHDAM tea, 1% of the revenue goes towards the education of our farmers’ children.”
Vahdam is a company with a passion for tea and the people who grow it.
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