For our Hibiscus tea the large bright red, almost meaty flowers are just dried and cut.
They produce a wholesome ruby-red infusion with a distinctive fruity sourness.
Hibiscus makes an excellent ice tea, just pour cold water of the flowers and refrigerate it overnight (sweetener is nice but optional).
Many fruit tea blends are based on Hibiscus to give them the red colour and fruity-sour taste.
100g (default, makes 50 cups), for other quantities, please see under 'options'.
- Very effective for lowering blood pressure
- Contains no caffeine
- Good for lowering high cholesterol
- Rich in vitamin C
- Strengthens the immune system
|Ingredients||90-100°C, 1-2 tea spoons/cup, 3-10 minutes,|
|Ingredients Line 2||To make Iced Tea take 2-3 spons/cup, use cold water and sweetener (honey, agave syrup, sugar syrup), let it infuse over night and enjoy.|
|Ingredients Line 3||It will keep fresh in the fridge for a few days. You could also make ice cubes with the Hibiscus tea to add to the tea or to other drinks.|