Hibiscus - Cut & Sifted Tea

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Product Details: Hibiscus has been used to ease indigestion, relieve colds and respiratory trouble, and is said to aid circulation. A strong, full-bodied tea with intense berry flavor and a deep red color. This tea makes a satisfying red wine replacement. The wild hibiscus flower contains very high levels of Anthocyanin antioxidants and also makes an excellent Iced Tea blend. 

Q Factor: We specialize in High Quality loose leaf tea from around the world carefully tasted and curated by our experts. All the flavors and ingredients we use are natural. Our products are backed by decades of experience, since 1990.

Type of Tea: Hibiscus

Available as: Loose tea

Brewing time:  5 to 7 mins

Ideal temperature of water used for brewing: 100℃

Goes well with: Water

Shelf life: Best before 6 months

Storage and handling instruction: Store in a cool & place away from moisture. Check for infestation

Place of origin: India

 

Product Details: Hibiscus has been used to ease indigestion, relieve colds and respiratory trouble, and is said to aid circulation. A strong, full-bodied tea with intense berry flavor and a deep red color. This tea makes a satisfying red wine replacement. The wild hibiscus flower contains very high levels of Anthocyanin antioxidants and also makes an excellent Iced Tea blend. 

Q Factor: We specialize in High Quality loose leaf tea from around the world carefully tasted and curated by our experts. All the flavors and ingredients we use are natural. Our products are backed by decades of experience, since 1990.

Type of Tea: Hibiscus

Available as: Loose tea

Brewing time:  5 to 7 mins

Ideal temperature of water used for brewing: 100℃

Goes well with: Water

Shelf life: Best before 6 months

Storage and handling instruction: Store in a cool & place away from moisture. Check for infestation

Place of origin: India