Hibiscus Petals, Organic

Tart & Mouthwatering  

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Organic Hibiscus Tea

Our organic hibiscus flower tea steeps into a deep red herbal infusion that delivers a tart and exotic flavor, reminiscent of fresh cranberries. Vastly grown throughout the tropics and subtropics of the world, hibiscus is a natural source of Vitamin C and antioxidants and has been used to help manage minor hypertension. This is a beautifully refreshing tea, hot or cold brewed - a perfect beverage for healthy hydration year-round.

Features:

  • Organic Hibiscus Flowers
  • Sample = 5 8-oz Servings
  • 1 LB Bulk = $0.13 / Serving
  • Naturally Caffeine-free
  • Gluten-free & Sugar-free

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*These statements have not been approved by The US Food and Drug Administration. None of our teas are meant to treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Steeping Guide
1 tsp
212°
4-7 min
Per 8 oz. water
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Hibiscus Flowers

Natural source of antioxidants & Vitamin C

*These statements have not been approved by The US Food and Drug Administration. None of our teas are meant to treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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My favorite part about this tea is the dark pink color it turns when it is brewed! It is quite tart but tasty, especially when iced.—Marissa Todd
If you like cranberries you will like this. To me it had a cranberry taste but a little tart but very good. I put a little sugar in it and it tasted really good.—Tea lover
I am not sure about the health benefits of this tea, although they do sound great. I am sure, however, that it is very refreshing. Hot or cold; morning, noon or night, this is one lipsmacking-Good Tea! Regarding the off-putting smell/taste, try making a small but stronger brew. I did not like the standard strength tea but was very impressed when I made it 1.5 times stronger than the recipe.—Em Bee
I agree with the other reviewer, this tea does have a very odd smell. Flavor was still crisp, fruity, and tangy.—Maggie
This is one of my favorite tea's. It brews into a beautiful red color and is really good with fruit like oranges and strawberries. My kid's like it too!—Jen
This is the real deal. Very intense, in a good way. I now know that other "hibiscus teas" are just sugar laden or only have a touch of hibiscus. I recommend going easy on the tea leaves and adding a touch of honey. It tastes amazing, plus it makes your tea last a long time! Cha-ching!—Adrian
It's just my personal preference, but I did not like this tea. It smells and tastes vinegary. My brother in law smelled it and announced that it smells like A1 steak sauce. I don't think I will be buying this tea again. It's odd, because I have like teas that contain hibiscus nearly every time, but on its own it's just not something I like.—Kkat
I love hibiscus tea for its high antioxidants, great flavor, and gorgeous color! On it's own, it's definitely on the tart side, but it's really fun and easy to play with. I like to make a home-brew with hibiscus, fresh squeezed lemon and just a touch of sugar. I make giant pitchers of this at home and it disappears fast! If you look up "agua de jamaica" online there are lots of other fun, traditional recipe ideas using hibiscus tea—Katie