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Ingredients: Hibiscus flowers, fennel, and green tea.

Health Benefits: Helps to lower your body temperature, making it a good choice for tea drinkers who live in hot climates. Hibiscus tea, which is high in Vitamin C, boosts your immunity and protects you from common colds and sore throats. Its anti-inflammatory effects make it an excellent liver tonic.

Caffeine content: Medium

Origin of tea: Darjeeling, India

Available as: 50g loose leaf

Notes on the palate: sour, sharp, and powerful. Hibiscus blooms offer a tangy, sour flavor to your tea, while fennel lends earthiness.


Instructions for brewing:

1 tea bag or 1 tsp per cup (150ml). Always pour hot (80°C) water over the tea leaves, not the other way around. Steep for a couple of minutes. All of our teas, whether in tea bags or loose-leaf, can be rebrewed multiple times. Simply add hot water and steep for a longer period of time than before.

When is the best time to drink this tea? On hot, humid afternoons, a cooling cup of Hibiscus tea is in order. Sip warm Hibiscus tea throughout the day if you feel like you’re getting a cold. If you like to start your day with a strong cup of tea, avoid mornings. This zesty, citrus tea is ideal for brightening up gloomy afternoons and early evenings.

Serve with a light green salad, avocado, and pineapple sweets as a side dish. Anything containing chocolate should be avoided. It’s delicious either hot or cold. In Jamaica, hibiscus is a popular iced tea. Agua de Jamaica is another name for the same thing.

Advice for storage: Keep in the foil pouch in the tea tin or transfer to an airtight container and store in a cool, dark area.

Pack in small sealed packets or jars for storing in the refrigerator or freezer. To avoid condensation, allow the tea to cool to room temperature before using. After opening, each package should be used within a week.

Additional information

Weight 0.05 kg