Hibiscus Tea Petals
Contains 100% African Rosella Hibiscus. Women farmers in Africa rely on Hibiscus to meet the needs of their families six months out of the year. It is a hardy plant that grows in poor soils, it depends only on rainfall, grows vigorously, and is rarely invasive.
Hibiscus is another African superfood that is rich in iron, phosphorus and calcium, and has a very high vitamin C content which makes it a great immune system booster.
Hibiscus tea can be made either hot or cold and is commonly used throughout the world to make:
- Red sorrel
- Agua de Jamaica
- Sudan tea
- Sour tea
Taste: Tart, cranberry-like flavor.
Uses: Mainly used as tea, warm or cold. Can be used as food coloring.
Storage: Store in a cool dry place. No need to refrigerate.
Contains Only: Wild Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) flower