Sweet forest berries with tart and refreshing hibiscus. Unlike ornamental hibiscus flowers, it is the calyx of the shrubby Hibiscus sabdariffaplant that is used for making a tangy-sweet herbal tea that is equally delicious brewed hot or iced. Harvested by hand when plump and juicy, hibiscus makes a full-bodied, crimson colored infusion with a flavor similar to tart cranberry. Hibiscus is used in culinary and drinks recipes by cultures spanning equatorial latitudes from Southeast Asia to the Caribbean.
Ingredients: Organic hibiscus flowers, organic elderberries, organic rosehips, natural blackberry flavor, essential orange oil.