With its deep ruby red colour & tangy flavour this fruity whole flower, rich in Vitamin C, will refresh both body and mind.
Rich in Vitamin C
Anti - Inflammatory
Reduces Oxidative Damage (anti-ageing)
May Lower Cholesterol
Know to be good for the liver
Tasting Notes: Tangy and refreshing, with a fruity aroma and flavour.
Benefits: Rich in Vitamin C and high in polyphenols. Its a great source of antioxidants, which help fight free radicals and reduce oxidative damage. This may be able to slow the ageing process, lower inflammation in the body, and keep your skin looking youthful. Can help to lower cholesterol, high blood pressure, blood sugar levels and aid digestion. Can help with weight management and act as anti-depressant. Known to be good for the liver.
Side Effects: Hibiscus Tea can affect estrogen levels. It also lowers blood pressure which can be harmful if you already suffer from low blood pressure. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding or have any medical conditions consult your healthcare practitioner before use.
Facts: Hibiscus retains its flavour better when in whole flower form. In Latin American; the petals are boiled with some ginger. Then the mixture is pressed and spiced with clove, cinnamon and sugar.
Tip: Skip the sugar laden juices and add it to vodka with a squeeze of lime and honey, for a refreshing cocktail!
50g Whole flower Loose Tea
Brewing Guide :
1 tsp per 250mls at 95°C | Infuse 5-10 minutes Enjoy 2 -3 refills