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Hibiscus

Herbal Tea

Hibiscus is a sweet but tart liquid that many find refreshing whether it’s prepared hot or cold. This refreshing tea can be sweetened with sugar or honey, but many people feel that the tea is sweet enough to drink without any additives. Many types of herbal tea combine hibiscus with other ingredients, such as rose hips or mint. A lot of people use hibiscus to lower blood pressure.

$3.00


About This Tea

Ingredients

100% Fine Cut Hibiscus

Taste

Tart

Infusion

Deep Ruby Red

Caffeine Level

Caffeine free

Country of Origin

Egypt

Brewing Guide

This tea can be iced. Learn how via our brewing guide.

Water

8oz

Temperature

212°

Leaves

1-2 tsp

Time

5-7 mins

Customer Reviews

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C.E.
Found just what I was looking for

I have enjoyed many teas with hibiscus included among their ingredients. But I didn't find a good source for pure hibiscus until now. I couldn't believe how fast my product arrived! I brew a big pot and store it in a glass container in the refrigerator to enjoy as iced tea - or to warm up if I'm in the mood for a soothing sip in the evening. I have it in my desk drawer at the office. I like the fine cut which makes a dense, easy-to-measure tea. It rinses out of my infuser easily with less mess.

The taste is great and here's a tip .... if you like the tart flavor, knock it up a notch with a splash of 100% cranberry juice.

Thanks for offering a fine product. I'll be back.

C
C.
So tasty!

I love this tea. We drink this at work all day! We ice it... or drink it hot. Something about it, is so relaxing. The taste is magnificent, and the best hibiscus tea I have tasted. Thank you!!

M
M.R.
Refreshing

This is a very bright, almost citrusy cup. Very refreshing.

T
T.
Great fruity flavor

Great fruity flavor. I am liking this tea more and more as I drink it. It took me a while to get the proportions right for my taste (I am still playing around with how much to use). While the descriptions liken it to lemonade, it reminds me more of cranberry juice. I like it iced as well as hot, in fact, I have started keeping a pitcher in the fridge for when I want to get a quick drink.

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G.
To Your Health

I have just started to use this produce to try and help with heart and blood sugars. Can not say as of yet if it is helping with that. I can state that it is very tasty. Can stand on it's own for flavor, but I have been mixing it with Honeybush Cider from here