Hibiscus Tea (coarse)

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Hibiscus Tea (coarse)
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Brewing instructions

Brew using boiling water and leave to infuse for 5 to 10 minutes

Brewing instructions
Description

Our Hibiscus Tea (Coarse) Tea is a fresh and mouth-wateringly tangy infusion. It combines sweet and sour flavours to create a match made in heaven!

Most Hibiscus Teas are reminiscent of the slightly bitter tastes of cranberry or pomegranate, and are all caffeine-free. They also contain a wealth of organic acids and flavonoid glycosides, which give these teas their rich, deep red colour.

The stunning Hibiscus flowers range in colours from white to pink, red to orange, peach to yellow, and even purple hibiscus! However, it is the variant Hibiscus Sabdariffa used for this beverage, and most other delicious Hibiscus teas.

Thought to have originated from the African continent, the Hibiscus family now consists of approximately 300 different species!

While in the United Kingdom and the United States, this herbal tea is mostly referred to as ‘Hibiscus Tea’, in other countries across the world, it is known by a variety of different names! In Australia, for example, it is known as ‘Rosella Tea’. In Egypt and Sudan, it is called ‘Karkade Tea’. Meanwhile, in India, it depends on the language you speak! In Hindi-speaking regions, it is ‘Arhul Ka Phool Tea’, while in regions where the populations speak Bengali or Sanskrit, it is referred to as ‘Java Kusum Tea’.

Records have established that the first known consumption of Hibiscus Tea (Coarse) dates back to Ancient Egypt. It was during this time that the almighty Pharaohs would favour this refreshing beverage to cool them as they cruised along the River Nile.

Hibiscus Flower Tea has long since been acclaimed for its body-coolant properties, and was likely consumed to combat the fierce scorn of the desert heat.

Thousands of years later, Hibiscus Tea was first introduced to Europe during the 18th Century. This was followed by its introduction into the United States market during the 19th Century. Both plant and tea now thrive across the planet, with countless scientific studies uncovering its true potential on a yearly basis! For more information on this, please refer to our health benefits section below.

Type of Tea: Herbal Loose Flower Tea. Cut Hibiscus.

Origin: Nigeria, Africa.

Brewing Instructions: Brew using freshly boiled water and infuse for 5 to 10 minutes.

How to Serve: Hibiscus Tea (coarse) is best served as it is. Alternatively, you may consider adding honey. In the summer months Hibiscus can be used to make Iced Teas !

Tasting Notes: Slightly milder than the Hibiscus Flower Tea, this brew delicately massages the palette before bursting out with a sharp, tangy aftertaste; lingering long after you drain your cup.

Colour in Cup: Deep red liquor, dark in tone.

Health Benefits of Drinking Hibiscus Tea: Some of the health benefits for this beverage include: improved Immune System and Digestive System health, enhanced liver protection, and even menstrual relief. However, most notably, many studies have been conducted on Hibiscus Tea with regard to the lowering of high blood pressure.

Further to this, when consumed as part of a healthy and active lifestyle, 3 cups of Hibiscus Tea (Coarse) tea a day can lower the absorption of starch and glucose from the average diet.

This subsequently leads to improved weight management! This herbal tea is also low in calories, making it a viable alternative to other tea blends.

Additional info
  • Type
    Type
    Herbal Tea
  • Health Points
    Health Points
    Cholesterol, Detox, Hydration, Refreshing, Relaxing, Weight Loss
  • Caffeine Level
    Caffeine Level
    Decaff (none)
  • Options
    Options
    Loose Tea
  • Time of Day
    Time of Day
    Breakfast, Afternoon
  • Country
    Country
    More Than One Origin
Ingredients
  • Hibiscus
    Hibiscus
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