Heart-Tee Hibiscus Tea

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Regular price $6.30

Please note there is a "Buy 5 Get One Free" 120 tea bag option in the drop down tab.

Heart-tee Hibiscus is 100% pure dried Hibiscus Flower tea. This tea is made from our hibiscus flowers Hibiscus sabdariffa which are too big, broken or small to make our Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup.  A rich red, strong full bodied tea with intense berry flavour.  Hibiscus Flowers are a very high source of anthocyanin antioxidants. 

Hibiscus Tea was known in ancient Egypt as the "Pharaoh's Tonic" first described in the Ebers Papyrus Circa 1550 BC! This is oldest and most important medical scroll from this time.

Substitute a red wine with a Hibiscus Heart-Tee if you're trying reduce drinking alcohol. You can learn more about the health benefits of Hibiscus Tea here:


Hibiscus Tea has been clinically proven to significantly lower blood pressure by US FDA approved tests. Many of our customers have reported amazing results in their own results with no side effects. You can read more about that here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6621350  & https://academic.oup.com/jn/article/140/2/298/4600320

The Results from this study:

Comparison of systolic and diastolic mean difference between genders

Variable Male Female t P
SBP −4.32±4.1 −5.09±4.19 0.62 0.53
DBP −5.36±2.87 −5.29±3.13 −0.08 0.93

SBP: Systolic blood pressure, DBP: Diastolic blood pressure

This tea is a rich and tart which many people enjoy as it is obviously pure and unsweetened and the flavour really shines through.  If you like it a little sweeter, simply add honey or other natural sweetener.

  • HINT: You can sweeten also with the syrup from the Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup or Hibiscus Flower Extract.
  • This tea is enjoyable both hot or cold.
  • Can be used for liquor infusions and as a cocktail ingredient.
  • Great as a Sangria base or simply brew cold and add pieces of chopped citrus and berries for a healthy punch.
  • Make 1 cup of hibiscus tea with 2-3 teabags and mix in 1 cup of sugar to make a simple syrup for cocktails or mocktails. You can also freeze this to make Hibiscus Popsicles.
Each foil-sealed teabag contains the equivalent of 4 premium Hibiscus Flowers. There are 20 foil wrapped teabags per box.


Net weight: 50g/1.76oz net | Also available in 1kg bulk whole flowers

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