Rose tea has become an increasingly popular beverage in China, especially in the southern province of Guangdong.
The beverage is said to be the perfect antidote to the Chinese government’s recent crackdown on tea consumption.
Tea drinkers have been banned from drinking tea for at least the past year.
However, some in China believe the beverage’s popularity is partly because it is cheap and readily available.
In a recent interview with CNBC, a spokesperson for the tea chain Teavana stated that the tea has a low price tag, and the beverage can be purchased in stores for as little as $2.
The spokesperson also noted that the beverage has a great flavour and is good for digestion.
In fact, there is some evidence that tea drinkers are enjoying the beverage more than their counterparts in the US, where the number of Americans consuming tea rose from about 10 million to about 16 million in the past few years.
In 2017, Teavanna said it expected to be able to sell 1.4 million of the tea drinks in China.
This number could grow if sales continue to climb.
While tea is widely regarded as a health and wellness beverage, many Chinese are also attracted to its health benefits.
This may be why some in the country are now ordering their own version of the beverage.
According to The Times, a number of health-conscious consumers are ordering tea in the form of tea leaf dresses.
While tea has its own unique flavour, tea leaf dress is also popular as a way to prevent colds.
In China, tea is traditionally made from green tea leaves.
The leafs are soaked in hot water for several hours and then soaked in sugar.
The resulting liquid is then boiled to produce a sweet tea.
In the US and many other Western countries, this process takes place under a pressure cooker.
According to the Food and Drug Administration, tea leaves can contain between 15 and 30 percent of caffeine.