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Hibiscus Loose Leaf Tea

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Introducing our Hibiscus Loose Leaf Tea, a captivating and refreshing beverage enjoyed by tea connoisseurs across the globe. Sourced from the fertile lands of the Nile River Delta and Fayoum regions in Egypt, this tea boasts a stunning deep red color that is as visually enchanting as its taste is invigorating.

The star ingredient of this blend is the vibrant hibiscus petals, which impart a unique tangy flavor reminiscent of freshly squeezed lemonade. As you sip this exquisite tea, you'll be delighted by its beautiful balance of natural sweetness and zesty tartness, creating a lively and rejuvenating experience for your taste buds.

Our Hibiscus Loose Leaf Tea is incredibly versatile, making it the perfect choice for any occasion. When served hot, this tea offers a soothing embrace, perfect for unwinding after a long day or for cozying up with a good book. Alternatively, you can enjoy it as a refreshing iced beverage, providing a revitalizing and thirst-quenching treat on warm, sunny days.

Embrace the allure of this mesmerizing tea, and let the bold flavors and brilliant hues transport you to the lush landscapes of Egypt.

Ingredients: Hibiscus petals.

Origin: Egypt (Nile River Delta, Fayoum).

Allergens: Manufactured in a facility which processes tree nuts and derivatives of tree nuts; almonds; coconut; hazelnut; walnut; milk, dairy, and derivatives of dairy; soybeans and derivatives of soybeans; soy lecithin; and sulfur dioxide and sulfites at concentrations of more than 10mg/kg expressed as S02.

Note: Not suitable with milk. This tea contains hibiscus petals, which will curdle the milk.

Steeping Instructions - Hot Tea

  1. Bring 8 oz. cold water to a boil (about 210 degrees Fahrenheit).
  2. Remove from heat and add 1 tsp tea leaves.
  3. Let set for 3-5 minutes.
  4. Strain and serve.

Steeping Instructions - Iced Tea

  1. Bring 4 oz. cold water to a boil (about 210 degrees Fahrenheit).
  2. Remove from heat and add 1 tsp tea leaves.
  3. Let set for 5-7 minutes.
  4. Fill a glass with ice cubes.
  5. Strain into the glass, let cool, and serve.

Try our recipe for Candied Hibiscus Scones!


Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Katrhy Mays

Hibiscus Loose Leaf Tea

Susan Picotte
Hibiscus tea

Lovely tea! I enjoyed it hot with a little honey. Wonderful for a cold evening!!

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