Hibiscus Infusion

Hibiscus tea is obtained from the dried enlarged‚ fleshy and bright red calyx of a lovely annual flower, Hibiscus. Strong, vibrant and intense liquor of Hibiscus, acts as a good antioxidant.

Secrets of Hibiscus Tea
  • Hibiscus tea is caffeine free.
  • Hibiscus tea rich in Vitamin A & C and with substantial quantities of flavonoids and proanthocyanidins, act as a good antioxidant.
  • Hibiscus tea helps control cholesterol and thereby reduce the risk of heart disease. The antioxidants, such as flavonoids, polyphenolics and anthocyanins, contained in hibiscus play a large role in preventing the oxidation of LDL cholestrol (the "bad cholesterol") and successfully lowers the blood cholesterol levels.
  • Hibiscus tea is effective in promoting the menstrual discharge. It is used to regulate the menstrual cycle and the problems related to the menstrual cycle in women.
  • Hibiscus is an aromatic, astringent and cooling herb. It has long been known to act as a natural body refrigerant. The presence of citric acid and other salts exerts a diuretic effect which helps to lower fever.
  • Hibiscus tea with its well balanced, tart, astringent taste and berry-like aroma replaces electrolytes and quenches thirst during & after athletic endeavors.
  • It also acts as a digestive‚ mild laxative and stomachic.
How to prepare Hibiscus Tea?

Tear the pouch, take the tea bag and place in a tea cup.


Pour 120-150 ml of freshly boiled water (85-90°C) on the tea bag and leave to infuse for 90-120 seconds.


Now gently remove the bag from the cup & sweeten with sugar or honey. The resulting infusion can be served hot or cold.

Can even make a second brew with the same bag following the similar procedure and enjoy more.