White Tea with Rose & Pomegranate - 125g


The finest quality white tea is blended with pomegranate and rose petals. Very delicate and subtle, the natural mild astringency of the white tea is balanced with sweetness and floral notes.
We recommend brewing for 2 to 3 minutes only to preserve the tea's natural balance. Drink without milk and it is equally good iced.

Ingredients: white tea, rose petals, pomegranate pieces, flavouring, cranberry slices

Tea Type:
  • White Tea
Single Estate:
This is simply a delightful tea. I’m not a big fan of regular supermarket tea preferring Authentic Masala Chai, smoky Earl grey and the odd cup of jasmine but my passion for tea is something that cannot be interfered with!
That was until Drury snuck a sample bag of their white tea with rose petals and pomegranate into the monthly order for the cafe/restaurant I worked in.
It is a subtle and exquisitely perfumed beverage for which I can’t make a good comparison with anything else that would do it justice.
Ideally it would be best enjoyed in a single cup, from a one person tea pot far from anyone who might want to share. This is one little indulgence you will want to keep all to yourself, it’s that good.......
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Always fill your kettle with fresh cold water

Never from the hot tap or pre-boiled water.

Bring the kettle to the boil

Off the boil for green, white and oolong teas, and herbal infusions (85 degrees is ideal).

If using a teapot, warm it before brewing

A constant temperature aids consistent infusion.

Use good quality loose leaf teas or Drury pyramid bags

For traditionalists who love loose tea, fine leaf teas are the strongest and brew quickest (see below), whereas larger leaf teas have a more delicate flavour.

At Drury we use the same fine quality leaf teas in our pyramid tea bags so there is no compromise on flavour for those who prefer this more convenient brewing method.

Allow tea to brew for 3-5 minutes

How long you brew your tea is a matter of personal preference. We recommend an optimum brewing time of between 3 and 5 minutes, and sometimes less for green tea as over-extraction can lead to bitterness. The key here is to experiment with your chosen tea until you find the flavour that suits you best.

Stir (or swirl) the tea in the pot once or twice while it is brewing

Stirring the leaves in the pot helps maintain an even infusion, and if you are using Drury pyramid bags we recommend giving them an occasional swirl for the same reason.