Hibiscus Rose Tea
What's in Your Cup
Plant Story The oblong fruits of the Rosa canina rosebush, called “hips,” are herbal mainstays, even featured in syrups during times of war when fresh foods were scarce. After the petals of the rose’s iconic flower drop off, the hips begin to form. Our partner growers then harvest them by hand at the peak of ripeness.
Hibiscus rose tea can be enjoyed hot or cold when looking for cadiovascular support*, or if you just want something delicious and refreshing.
Native to India and the North African region, but can be grown in areas that get a warm and wet summer or in temperate climate.
1 tbsp, 10 oz of water
We recommend increasing the steep time 15 seconds or so for each steep. Adjust the time using your own preference of tea strength.
Note: orders placed after December 9th are not guaranteed for delivery by Christmas.
I finally brewed my hibiscus rose tea the other day. I wanted something tasty and caffeine free. This blend was the perfect answer to my need. It is slightly tart, but not unpleasantly so. I really enjoyed my tea.