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Taste notes: Sour, bright and intense. Hibiscus flowers lend a tangy and tart flavour, while fennel adds earthiness to your cuppa.
Caffeine content: Medium
Origin of tea: Darjeeling, India
When to drink this tea? Hot, sultry afternoons call for a refreshing cup of Hibiscus tea. If you feel like you’re coming down with a cold, sip warm Hibiscus tea through the day. Avoid mornings if you like to begin your day with a bold cup of tea. This citrus, tangy tea is best suited to brighten dull afternoons and early evenings.
Serving Suggestions: Pairs well with light green salad, avocado and pineapple desserts. Avoid anything with chocolate. Tastes great either hot or iced. Hibiscus is a favourite Iced Tea in Jamaica. Also known as Agua de Jamaica.