Hibiscus flowers also known as roselle are ideal for brewing hibiscus tea, a smooth, relaxing, naturally caffeine-free drink with a fragrant aroma and a tangy, cranberry-like flavor. Gaze into your teacup and you’ll see rehydrated hibiscus flowers serenely floating in the deep magenta-colored tea. Hot hibiscus tea is soothing in the winter, while iced hibiscus tea delivers a cool kick in the summer.
Hibiscus is used for treating loss of appetite, colds, heart and nerve diseases, upper respiratory tract pain and swelling (inflammation), fluid retention, stomach irritation, and disorders of circulation; for dissolving phlegm; as a gentle laxative; and as a diuretic to increase urine output. In foods and beverages, hibiscus is used as a flavoring. It is also used to improve the odor, flavor, or appearance of tea mixtures.
|Origin:||Yunnan Province, China|
|Harvest Date:||November 1, 2019|
|Appearance:||Dark-red, complete flower bud without stamens.|
|Aroma:||Rich and mellow fragrance with a little sour|
|Liquor:||Clear, bright red|
|Taste:||Fresh and slight fruit sour taste|
|Storage:||Store in airtight, opaque packaging; keep refrigerated|
|Teacup: 12oz / 355ml|
|212 ºF (100 ºC)|
|Brew for 3 – 5 minutes|
|* You can improve the taste by changing the amount or adding rock candy, milk, and honey according to your personal preference.|
Pouch Bag, Tea Caddy