Hibiscus Tea - Ginger (16 Bags)
Seelect Tea’s Ginger Flavor Hibiscus Tea has long been admired for both its medicinal qualities as well as its pleasing, berry-like flavor. Paired with the additional strength of ginger, this tea is a house favorite. Ginger Flavor Hibiscus Tea is vegan, gluten-free, and kosher.
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Flavor: Known for its ruby red color, Seelect Tea’s Hibiscus Tea Ginger Flavor has a tart, cranberry-like flavor that can be consumed cold or hot. Paired with an extra bit of ginger, Seelect Tea’s Hibiscus Tea Ginger Flavor aims to please. Pour one cup of fresh boiling water over tea bag and steep for 4 to 6 minutes. The longer Seelect Tea’s Hibiscus Tea Ginger Flavor steeps, the stronger the flavor. To accentuate the flavor of Seelect Tea’s Hibiscus Tea Ginger Flavor even more, cinnamon, ginger, or cloves can be added during the brewing process.
Tea Type: Hibiscus tea, brewed from beautiful hibiscus flowers, is a tea of many uses. The tea from hibiscus flowers is known by many names in many countries around the world and is served both hot and cold. Hibiscus tea is well known for its gorgeous ruby red color and distinct flavor. Hibiscus contains a number of healthful substances, including anthocyanins. These compounds give fruits and vegetables their colors and act as powerful antioxidants that combat oxidation and free radical damage within our bodies. Hibiscus tea is rich in bioflavonoids which help protect us against unwanted disease.
Not sure what your favorite flavor of hibiscus tea is? You'll never know until you try one, or two, three, or more. Which tea will become your new flavor of choice—Seelect Tea's Hibiscus Passion Fruit Flavor, Seelect Tea's Hibiscus Peach Flavor, or Seelect Tea's Hibiscus Lime Flavor? You won’t know until you try them all.
History & Health: Also known as Flor de Jamaica, hibiscus helps to rid the body of free radicals that protect against disorders such as heart disease and arthritis. It is prized for its ability to lower high blood pressure and is traditionally believed to lower high cholesterol levels as well. Coming from a tropical flowering plant, hibiscus tea is an herbal tea rich in Vitamin C, which is essential in warding off pesky colds and flus. There are more than 300 types of hibiscus known throughout the world.
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