Brilliant ruby ​​red tea

Hibiscus Roselle

The anthocyanins contained in roselle give the tea its brilliant ruby ​​red color, while the natural malic acid and citric acid give the tea a refreshing acidity.

If you find the sourness too strong, adding a small amount of honey or agave syrup will make it easier to drink.

This is a tea that you'll want to incorporate into your body in its entirety.

Also known as hibiscus tea, but it is different from the hibiscus found in Hawaii and Okinawa.

Organic Roselle

The part used for tea is the calyx, which protects the seeds.

The harvest is hand picked

Seed Removal