Grown and harvested by small holder tea growers around the Satemwa Estate, the bright red calyx of the Hibiscus flower is hand picked and dried naturally in the sun. Our loose leaf Hibiscus tea produces a refreshingly tart, bright, ruby-red infusion. Caffeine-free and bursting with blackcurrant, this herbal tea is also full of vitamin C. We love the zing, but stir in a dash of honey for added sweetness.
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- Msuwadzi Smallholders, Satemwa Estate
- 75g (30 cups) £0.20 per cup
- 500g (200 cups) £0.14 per cup
This is my second purchase of the Hibiscus tea and I can honestly say it’s one of my favourites. It has a very fresh slightly tart taste depending how long you brew it for. I sometimes add a spoonful of honey and it completely transforms this drink into a very soothing tincture. I personally drink this tea most days as it’s packed with Vitamin C. It’s my go to during the winter months to ward off colds a flu but equally refreshing in the summer cooled and poured over ice with a sprig of basil in. I have bought the large bag and it stays beautifully fresh in its own packaging but I also decant some into a glass jar as it looks so pretty on my side and equally stays as fresh.
Amazing colour...deep crimson red. Tastes like blackberries imho! Purchased primarily to go as an addition to a beer I’m brewing (à la Gypsy Hill) but have kept back a healthy amount for tea ...great product, freshly preserved in a sealed packaging.
I rarely go a day without having a cup or even a whole pot of this wondrous tea. It wakes me up and makes me happy all at the same time. The colour alone makes me feel well inside. It has been my absolute favourite tea for a long while now, and I can not see that changing for some time. Hibiscus, I thank you.
2.5g or 1 heaped tsp / 200ml water
How to Make a Hibiscus Sparkler Iced TeaVIEW FULL RECIPE AND METHOD
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