Hibiscus
Organic Caffeine-Free Pure Botanical
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Hibiscus
Hibiscus
Hibiscus

Hibiscus is used in culinary and drinks recipes by cultures spanning equatorial latitudes from Southeast Asia to the Caribbean.



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Hibiscus makes a full-bodied,

crimson colored infusion with a

flavor similar to tart cranberry

About this tea

Unlike ornamental hibiscus flowers, it is the calyx of the shrubby Hibiscus sabdariffa plant that is used for making a tangy-sweet herbal tea that is equally delicious brewed hot or iced. Harvested by hand when plump and juicy, hibiscus makes a full-bodied, crimson colored infusion with a flavor similar to tart cranberry. Hibiscus is used in culinary and drinks recipes by cultures spanning equatorial latitudes from Southeast Asia to the Caribbean.

Ingredients

Organic hibiscus flowers. Caution: may contain peanut or peanut shell fragments.

Origin

El Faiyum, Egypt


Caffeine Level

None

Based on a 8oz cup of tea made with suggested steeping method relevant to the tea type. An average cup of coffee contains about 90 – 120 mg / 8oz cup.

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Preparation
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Origin: Hibiscus

El Faiyum

Egypt

"Native to Africa and Asia, Hibiscus Sabdariffa is also known as “Hibiscus Roselle” and is one of the most common and refreshing herbal teas consumed throughout Africa, The Americas, The Middle East and Asia. In Burma and Thailand , the tangy leaves are used in salads while the calyx pods, are sun-dried and used fro making juices , herbal teas, liquors, sodas, marmalades, pickles and candies. Hibiscus has a tart and fruity taste that reminds one of cranberries, citrus and tropical punch."

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