What Does it Taste Like?
Hibiscus tea is sharp and zesty, but also incredibly sweet - like biting into the world's tastiest piece of fruit. A lot of people say it reminds them of cranberries. A drink which feels like it's alive with flavour. Once you try it you'll be hooked for life.
What Does it Smell Like?
This is of the greatest tasting drinks in the world, only enhanced by its awesome and unforgettable aroma. It smells incredibly sweet and fruity, but with woody undertones to remind you that this is a natural treat.
How Much Caffeine is in It?
Hibiscus is 100% caffeine free, so this is perfect for aiding restfulness and relaxation.
What Does it Look Like?
A deep red/purple brew.
Where Does it Come From?
Hibiscus is grown in many sunny, warm countries. Anywhere hot is suitable, from Egypt to the Caribbean. This one is grown in Sudan.
What's it good for?
This is the perfect drink for relaxing, and getting ready for bed. The lemony overtones are also perfect for clearing the head if you have a cold. Rooibos is packed full of nutrients, making it perfect for aiding workout recovery.
What are the Health Benefits?
Hibiscus not only tastes amazing, but it also boasts some fantastic health benefits. Ibiscus can help with:
Regulating Blood Pressure—Hibiscus can help to lower blood pressure, meaning a healthier circulatory system.
Prevention of some cancers - Hibiscus is reported to protect against the effects of free radicals, meaning it could prevent the onset of some kinds of cancer.
Reducing Inflammation - Hibiscus is high in antioxidants which help to fight inflammation in all parts of the body.
Regulating cholesterol levels—Hibiscus has been said to reduce the bad (LDL) cholesterol and increase the good (HDL) in the body. This naturally mans a healthier circulatory system and lower risk of heart attacks and strokes.
Boosting the immune system - Hibiscus is high in Vitamin C which reduces the chance of infection and disease.
It's Also Known As:
Roselle, Rosella, Agua de Jamaica, Jamaica Water, Flor de Jamaica, Jamaica Flower, Arhul ka phool, karkadé, Chai Kujarat, Chai Torsh, Gumamela, Bissap, Tsoborodo, Wonjo, Sorrel, Red sorrel.
Hibiscus Flowers and Natural Flavours.