Hibiscus Berry
Organic Caffeine-Free Botanical Blend
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Hibiscus Berry
Hibiscus Berry
Hibiscus Berry
Hibiscus Berry

Hibiscus Berry

Hibiscus Berry makes a great fruity base for sangria and is wonderful served with an orange wheel garnish over ice for a sugar-free fruit punch.


41+ Servings
10+ Servings
2+ Servings

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A rejuvenating tropical fruit tea

highlighting tart hibiscus and

luscious forest berries

About this tea

A radiant blend of rosehips, currants and elderberries that creates a rejuvenating red herbal infusion. Hibiscus ties the blend together in a delicious, quenching cup with notes of mango and pomegranate. Hibiscus Berry makes a great fruity base for sangria and is wonderful served with an orange wheel garnish over ice for a sugar-free fruit punch.

Ingredients

Organic rosehips, organic hibiscus flowers, organic currants, organic apples, organic elderberries, natural blueberry flavor, essential orange oil, natural mango flavor.

Precaution: Hibiscus flowers may be intercropped in fields that also grow peanuts. May contain peanut or peanut shell fragments. Caution for individuals with severe peanut allergies.

Origin

Rishi Herb Lab


Ingredients

Rosehips
Origin South Africa
Hibiscus
Origin El Faiyum, Egypt
Currants
Origin USA
Elderberry
Origin Albania

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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Traditional Preparation

Water Temperature: 200°F
Leaf to Water Ratio: 1 tablespoon per 8 ounces
Steep Time: 5 minutes

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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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