Pure Hibiscus Flowers


Pure dried hibiscus flowers make the prettiest of teas.  Slightly tart if drunk unsweetened, you can enjoy this one hot or cold.  Deep red in colour, hibiscus tea is known by various names:  Karkady in Egypt and Agua de Jamaica in Mexico.  

Hibiscus tea has been said to assist with calming a nervous stomach, supporting wound healing and most notably lowering blood pressure.





Pure dried hibiscus flowers

To make: 

1 heaped teaspoon for 200ml cup
Add freshly boiled water Steep for 6 - 10 minutes then pour
Add a slice of lemon for a refreshing zing, or honey to sweeten up the tart taste

One retail pouch will make: 

100 gram pouch makes around 40 cups of tea