£5.99

Whole Hibiscus Flowers

£5.99

Caffeine-free Herbal Tea

The deep crimson-coloured calyces produce a refreshing, sweet and sour beverage with an attractive, burgundy to scarlet red liquor. Often blended with a variety of tropical fruits and herbs, its natural zing can be enjoyed in drinks such as aguas frescas or cocktails.

Usually available as broken petals, our stunning whole hibiscus flowers are carefully hand-picked.

Thanks to its rich and bold flavour, hibiscus infusion can be used in a variety of recipes as a fruity base for other ingredients. Its vibrant red hue freshens up any appetiser and enhances the colouring of dressings, broths or desserts. The large, tasty flowers and their tangy infusion open up limitless opportunities to put a twist on a favourite recipe.

Flavour profile: Notes of fruits and sweet flowers contrast with tart and astringent undertones.

Interesting facts: Not only has hibiscus tea long been important in Ayurvedic medicine but in ancient Egypt, the tea was served cold and used primarily by Pharaohs to cool off in the desert heat.

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Tea Type Temperature Steeping time
White & Green Tea 70-80 °C 1-3 minutes
Oolong, Black Tea & Pu Erh 85-100 °C 2-3 minutes
Herbs, Fruits & Spices 100 °C 5-10 minutes*

 

We recommend adding a splash of whole or semi-skimmed milk to our breakfast & flavoured black teas.  Use 1 heaped teaspoon of loose leaf tea per cup & 1g of matcha per 100ml.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Regular price £5.99

Caffeine-free Herbal Tea

The deep crimson-coloured calyces produce a refreshing, sweet and sour beverage with an attractive, burgundy to scarlet red liquor. Often blended with a variety of tropical fruits and herbs, its natural zing can be enjoyed in drinks such as aguas frescas or cocktails.

Usually available as broken petals, our stunning whole hibiscus flowers are carefully hand-picked.

Thanks to its rich and bold flavour, hibiscus infusion can be used in a variety of recipes as a fruity base for other ingredients. Its vibrant red hue freshens up any appetiser and enhances the colouring of dressings, broths or desserts. The large, tasty flowers and their tangy infusion open up limitless opportunities to put a twist on a favourite recipe.

Flavour profile: Notes of fruits and sweet flowers contrast with tart and astringent undertones.

Interesting facts: Not only has hibiscus tea long been important in Ayurvedic medicine but in ancient Egypt, the tea was served cold and used primarily by Pharaohs to cool off in the desert heat.

Save

Tea Type Temperature Steeping time
White & Green Tea 70-80 °C 1-3 minutes
Oolong, Black Tea & Pu Erh 85-100 °C 2-3 minutes
Herbs, Fruits & Spices 100 °C 5-10 minutes*

 

We recommend adding a splash of whole or semi-skimmed milk to our breakfast & flavoured black teas.  Use 1 heaped teaspoon of loose leaf tea per cup & 1g of matcha per 100ml.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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