Tea for brewing
Net weight: 100 g
A beautiful, red or purple hibiscus flower decorating the gardens is known not only for its aesthetic qualities, but also gained fame and was applied in the kitchen and in cosmetics. Egyptian pharaohs already raved about the drink called karkade.
Depending on the country hibiscus takes different names: Sudanese hibiscus, kenaf, roselle, Florida Canberra. It has a pleasant sour taste and a nice red color.
Dried hibiscus makes infusions, teas with a deep red color and a pleasant, sour taste (added to herbal blends to improve color and taste).
Such tea can be consumed hot or cold as a refreshing, thirst quenching brew.
How to use: Spread a teaspoon of dried water with a glass of hot water. Brew covered for about 10 minutes. Ideal also as an addition to fruit and herbal teas.
Ingredients: 100% hibiscus flower (Hibiscus sabdariffa)
Product may contain: gluten, peanuts, nuts, soya, sesame seeds, mustard.
Store in a cool, dry place.
Country of origin: depending on the supplier of the raw material or product.