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Hibiscus

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Personality
Tart and sassy, a real show-off.

Herbal Power
Supports the cardiovascular system*, beautifully refreshing and delightful.

Reason to Love
What’s not to love about hibiscus? A gorgeous heat-loving tropical beauty, hibiscus is one of those flowers that has made its way into the hearts of people in many countries around the world. People adore it for its loveliness, and it’s often used ornamentally or as a personal adornment. But, it’s most widely used as a pleasant, tart and tangy beverage—often with a little sweetener added, sometimes with lime or lemon, and served iced or hot. We love this complex blend of hibiscus, blackberry leaf and lemongrass.

Taste
Tart, tangy, mildly fruity and lemony.

What’s in your cup?

A tropical flower that thrives in hot climates, hibiscus can be found in the food, drink and lore of many tropical cultures. Some of our favorite hibiscus is organically cultivated on farms in the fertile Nile Valleys of Egypt. We ensure that the farmers receive a fair price for their crops, have safe working conditions and that the hibiscus is grown in an environmentally sustainable way. Thus every flower picked contributes to the enhanced livelihood of these Egyptian farmers.

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How to Brew

Pour 8 oz. freshly boiled water over 1 tea bag.

Cover cup & Steep for 5-10 minutes.

Squeeze tea bag to ensure maximum goodness in your cup.

Enjoy 3 to 4 cups per day. Great with some added sweetener.

To enjoy iced, brew hot as indicated above and pour over ice. Do not store iced tea for longer than 24 hours.

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