Hibiscus Tea Organic
Also Known As: Roselle, Rosella, Flor de Jamaica, Chai Kujarat, Chai Torsh, Gumamela, Tsoborodo, Sorrel, Red Sorrel, Red Tea of Egypt, Bissap, Wanjo, Dabileni, Tsobo, Karkadeh or Karkady
Origin: Nile River, Sudan, below 1000 feet
Ingredients: Organic Hibiscus Flowers
Caffeine Content: None
Taste and Aroma: Tart and good for your heart. Full fruity character with a light sweet finish.
Uses: The tea contains vitamin C and minerals and is used traditionally as a herbal medicine.
Fun Fact: Brewed hibiscus beverages have been popular since ancient Egyptian times. Legend has it that Tutankhamun's royal cookbook contained a recipe for a brewed hibiscus drink, which remains popular in Egypt and around the world today. In addition to the superb flavor of infused hibiscus, the drink is believed to have health benefits including lowering blood pressure and being a good source of flavonoids and antioxidants.