Our hibiscus flowers are ideal for brewing hibiscus tea, a smooth, relaxing, naturally caffeine-free drink with a fragrant aroma and a tangy, cranberry-like flavor. Gaze into your teacup and you’ll see rehydrated hibiscus flowers serenely floating in deep magenta-colored tea. Hot hibiscus tea is soothing in the winter, while iced hibiscus tea delivers a cool kick in the summer.
Mix hibiscus tea leaves with other herbs and flowers for flavorful herbal beverages. And don’t throw out these fragrant petals after one use – the flowers can be steeped multiple times until the magenta color begins to fade. The flowers for our tea are picked from the bright red hibiscus plants, grown in warm regions around the world.
Hibiscus Tea Health Bits & Bites
Antioxidant Rich: Hibiscus flowers contain high concentrations of the antioxidants in the form of Vitamin C, cyaniding, and anthocyanins. These antioxidants may help mitigate damage from free radicals.
Cultures throughout history have enjoyed hibiscus tea, from the Pharaohs of ancient Egypt to many countries in Central America and the Caribbean. In Hawaiian culture, a single Hibiscus flower is usually worn by women and depending on which ear it is worn behind, it signals whether or not she is married.
Did not realize they were dry- I thought they were a chewy sweet snack.adar, Brighton, MA
Its a little bitter but the benefits are worth it.Donald, Chicago, IL
I mix this with rose hips for the most delicious tea.Katie, Killeen, TX
Love these flowers for tea and use them daily to add a boost of flavor and sweetness!Karen, Walla Walla, WA
Hibiscus Flowers Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 175g (~6.2 oz.)
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