What do you call a tea that burns body fat, soothes your digestive system, and is excellent for your skin? Well, in ancient Chinese medicine the Oolong was called "the tea of beauty." Brew some matured, semi-fermented oolong tea leaves along with real rose buds and petals, and what you get is the most sublime potion of youth: luxurious, decadent, and simply irresistible. Perfect for pampering yourself with at the end of a beauty treatment. But then again, this is a beauty treatment. Taste notes are smooth, floral and mellow. Goes well with light pastries, pancakes and crepes.
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