Organic Hibiscus Tea

Organic Hibiscus Tea

Organic Herbal Hibiscus Tea
Hibiscus (also known as rosella) tea known for its bright crimson appearance and health benefits. This tea is caffeine free and has a tangy, berry-like flavour which can be enjoyed hot or cold. 

Serving Suggestions: Hot Hibiscus Tea - makes 1 cup
For the best results always use fresh, filtered water. Add 1 teaspoon per cup. Prepare with boiling water and let brew for 4-6 minutes. 
  • Sweeten with your desired sweetener - honey is recommended for those who prefer their tea sweet and perfectly balances the tartness of the Hibiscus tea 
  • Like to mix things up a bit? Add cinnamon, mint or lime as a garnish - this adds a delicate complexity to the aroma and flavour of the tea 

Hibiscus Iced Tea - makes 500mL 
Add 4 teaspoons of Hibiscus tea to a pitcher with 500mL of water - if you want variety you can also add cinnamon sticks, lime wedges or mint leaves into the pitcher for diversification of flavour. Refrigerate overnight. The tea will need to steep for at least 8 to 12 hours. Strain and serve over ice. Sweeten if desired.

Health Benefits
Hibiscus tea has a long history of consumption in a variety of different countries and cultures. Traditionally, in folk medicine, it has been used to treat fevers, cardiovascular disease and aid in weight loss. 

Cardiovascular Disease
Cardiovascular disease remains to the largest cause of death in Australia. Due to the disease-causing huge burden to the country's economy researchers have been looking for cost-effective ways to aid in the treatment of the disease. In recent years research into the use of Hibiscus in cardiovascular disease has exploded. Studies have shown that Hibiscus tea may have benefit in diseases such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol and type II diabetes
Caffeine Free
Origin: Egypt
Ingredients: Certified organic hibiscus*
*Our Hibiscus tea supplier is Australian Certified Organic (