Hibiscus Tea

(3 customer reviews)



Dried Hibiscus flowers with an imposing dark, purple colour and withered petals twisting into spooky Halloween-style formations!

Caffeine Content | Caffeine-free
Liquor Colour | Red

How does it taste?

Sipped hot on a cold Winter’s evening or icy cold on a Summer picnic, the deep ruby-red hue of the Hibiscus Roselle liquor delights the eye. Savour the full-bodied, harmonious smooth texture and the crisp, tart, cranberry flavour enhanced by the wafting aroma of ripening berries.

Health Benefits of Hibiscus Tea

Hibiscus Roselle Tea can offer relief from inflammation and swelling.  Drink it as part of a diet as it speeds up metabolism, helping weight loss. It also contains flavonoids and other organic acids which can reduce cholesterol and triglycerides inhibiting the oxidation of lipoprotein, reducing thrombus formation and atherosclerosis which can effectively prevent the occurrence of cardiovascular diseases. It helps to lower blood pressure and at the same time helps improve sleep.

Hibiscus is rich in protein, vitamin C, amino acids, minerals, and a large number of natural pigments. It protects the liver and inhibits drug-induced liver oxidative damage. Drinking Hibiscus tea regularly can help promote gastrointestinal motility and help the body digest; it also promotes bile secretion to break down excess fat in the human body. Coupled with rose tea, it can help you lose weight.

The iron, sodium, malic acid, vitamins A and C found in hibiscus tea can effectively promote blood circulation which accelerates metabolism.

The anthocyanins and fruit acids in Hibiscus Tea have a strong ability to flush out free radicals in the body. It can effectively eliminate the precipitation of melanin in the body and flush it out. The anthocyanins also help in prevention of vision loss.

For Best Brewing

Hot Tea
  250ml just-boiled water
  4 to 5 pieces
  3 to 5 minutes
   Add a teaspoon of honey or your preferred sweetener.
  Gradually increase steeping time and temperature for subsequent brewing.

Iced Tea
  250ml just-boiled water
  4 to 6 pieces
  3 to 5 minutes.
Pour over glass with ice.
    Add a teaspoon of honey or your preferred sweetener.

Cold-Brew Iced Tea
  250ml cold water
  4 to 6 pieces
  Chill in the fridge for at least 4 hours, up to 48 hours.
Pour over glass with ice.
    Add a teaspoon of honey or your preferred sweetener.

Product Packaging

Resealable Zip Pouch
| 12 x 20 cm
50g | 12 x 20 cm
100g | 15 x 22 cm

Vacuum Bag
250g | 15 x 25 cm

Glass Bottle
25g Large Glass Bottle | 15 x 4.7 cm

Tin Can
10g Small Tin Can | 6.5 x 4.7 cm
100g Large Tin Can | 18.8 x 8.6 cm
260g XL Tin Can | 20 x 10 cm

3 reviews for Hibiscus Tea

    This tea is very refreshing iced with just a little bit of honey
    Gianina Anupol
    I love its color when brewed. Love the taste and all its benefits. Not a fan of bitter teas, so glad this tastes like cranberry and I enjoy drinking it hot or cold.
    Pretty color and refreshing aroma and taste

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