Hibiscus tea is a herbal tea made as an infusion from crimson or deep magenta-coloured calyces of the roselle flower. Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) is a species of Hibiscus. Our farmers have managed to transform the beauty and intensity of delicate hibiscus bloom into a pure organic zesty indulgence. Having one of the most intense naturally sour flavours, hibiscus is well loved in many countries. Our Indian organic hibiscus tea has a touch of oriental beauty and a soul filled with good intentions. It is consumed both hot and cold. It has a tart, cranberry-like flavour. It is perfect for preparing iced teas that offer instant refreshment.
Hibiscus tea has traditionally been used to reduce blood pressure and cholesterol. The health benefits of hibiscus tea also include relief from digestive problems, boosting the immune system, helping with inflammatory problems, curing liver disease and reducing the risk of cancer. It can also speed up the metabolism and help in healthy gradual weight loss, treating hypertension and anxiety. Contains no caffeine.
Pure Dried Roselle Flowers
Natural sour full-bodied, tart and cranberry-like flavour
Refreshing and energizing
- Water temperature: 100º Celsius
- Dosage: 5 grams of tea
- Amount of water: 150-200 ml
- Steeping time: 5, 6 minutes
- Re-steepings: 2-3 times
Method: We suggest to always use freshly boiled water cooled down to the proper temperature. Use suitable tea ware and cover the teapot or a teacup when brewing. To discover delicate subtlety of each tea and get the most nutrients out of the leaves/flowers always follow the instructions, and feel free to experiment with dosage, time or temperature when you get accustomed to the tea. Higher temperature, larger amounts of leaves and longer steeping time will result in stronger infusion with more astringency. You can add sugar or honey to your tea, but we suggest trying it straight first in order to enjoy it to the fullest.
Summer refreshment or after-meal herbal indulgence.
100% certified organic as per NPOP, NOP & EU standards.