Grown in Germany's mountainous Black Forest Region, organic rosehip tastes fruity, often with tangy and sweet pear notes.
Grown in Germany's mountainous Black Forest region, rosehips are considered the fruit of the rose plant. They are typically red and orange in color, but can grow darker. Rosehip tastes mild and fruity, often with tangy and sweet pear notes. One ounce of concentrated rosehip oil contains as much Vitamin C as a dozen oranges. Fraser Tea incorporates rosehip into several teas to give a tangy punch of flavor. Rosehip is sometimes considered a stimulant, a diuretic, and it may be used in treatment for diarrhea or to boost for the immune system.