Hibiscus: Not Just Pretty to Look At
That lovely hibiscus flower you associate with tropical islands?
It just happens to be the secret ingredient of an incredible tea with a long history of health benefits.
Yes, that huge and gorgeous red flower you associate with the tropical islands is a powerhouse of antioxidants!
Hibiscus tea is believed to have been part of Queen Cleopatra's legendary beauty and skin care regimen. And, it happens to be one of the key ingredients in this month's spotlight tea, Cranberry-licious.
Even better, the health benefits of hibiscus are more than just skin deep. Just another reason to get more exotic with some hibiscus tea.
Originating in Africa, the hibiscus flower in tea is tremendously popular in Mexico, South America, and the Caribbean. Sometimes referred to as “sour tea,” it has a tart flavor similar to cranberries.
Our Cranberry-licious tea is naturally caffeine-free and is lovely served hot or iced. If you’re not a fan of the tart flavor, you can add a dash of our honey goodness to transform your hibiscus tea to a delicious (and healthy!) sweet treat.