Hibiscus Flower Tea

£2.50£7.00

(1 customer review)

Hibiscus tea is a sweet, tart, vibrant flower with lots of benefits. Antioxidants can help improve your bodies immune system. Hibiscus has been shown to reduce our bodies absorption of starch in turn aiding weight loss. 

 

   type: Herbal

   flavour: sweet, tart, lime

   aroma: earthy, citrus, floral

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Hibiscus Tea

Hibiscus flower is a tart, sweet, bright red tisane with zero calories, zero caffeine and lots of benefits.

It seems to effortlessly blend with any secondary ingredient making it the perfect bed fellow for other herbal teas or for brewing to fight the flu or aid reducing absorption of starches for weight-loss.

There are approximately 300 species of hibiscus of which the most flavourful tend to grow in hot dry countries around the world with colours ranging across the culture spectrum including pink, red, peach, yellow and purple.

Hibiscus Flower teapro tea

Origins

In Ancient East Africa, Egyptian Pharoahs used to drink Hibiscus tea with Ice and Honey to cool down. Today it is known as Karkade tea.

Hibiscus is perhaps most famously known for the Hawaiian tradition of wearing the flower behind the right ear of women seeking a partner

Red Hibiscus tea in turkish style

new to loose leaf tea?

Elevate your tea experience with our easy-to-use, stylish teaware.

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brewing loose leaf tea has never been easier

Our 3 piece infuser glass is the most spectacular and effortless way to brew your loose leaf tea.

for teapros who are always on-the-go

Enjoy loose leaf tea wherever you go with our easy-to-clean 320ml double-wall glass infuser bottle. 

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the most stylish way to store your loose leaf tea

Our luxurious glass jars with air-tight acacia wooden lid are a great way to keep your tea fresh for longer.

How to Brew Hibiscus Tea Like a Teapro

add 3-4 g tea leaves

heat water to 100C

infuse for 3 min

size

15g, 50g, 100g

1 review for Hibiscus Flower Tea

  1. Kazi Sanjidah Alamgir

    Love this hibiscus! I’ve had some good hibiscus, and very inferior hibiscus in the past. I can easily tell this is the good stuff. I like to enjoy this iced.

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