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hibiscus

hibiscus

Hibiscus tea has been the preferred drink of many cultures, dating as far back as ancient Egypt. Pharaohs would refresh themselves from the Nile Valley heat by enjoying a sour-sweet cupful. Our delicious Hibiscus Black pairs this tangy flower with bright and brisk Ceylon tea. Layered, fruity-spicy aroma and flavor. Rich, tangy and punchy, great hot or iced!

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hibiscus teabags

Filled with the same high quality, full-leaf teas offered loose, our tea bags have a distinctive pyramid shape that gives leaves plenty of room to unfurl and fully infuse for the finest cup of tea. Savor the superior flavor of loose tea without sacrificing the convenience of a teabag.

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ingredients & lore

blended with black tea, hibiscus flowers and natural hibiscus flavor
The state flower of Hawaii, the hibiscus (referred to by natives as 'Pua Aloalo') is presented on leis to dignitaries who come to Hawaii as a symbol of old royalty. An herbal beverage made from this large, flavorful flower is consumed hot and cold in many parts of the world. It's known as Bissap in West Africa, Karkadé in Egypt and Sudan, flor de Jamaica in Mexico, Gongura in India and Brazil. Some refer to it as 'roselle', a common name for the hibiscus flower. Dried hibiscus is edible, too (although prepare yourself for a powerful, punchy tang!), and a special treat in Mexico.
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A handmade work of Chinese art, with a tradition going back thousands of years. This pot is made from rare zi sha clay (purple sand), which is found only in the city of Yixing, in Jiangsu province. These often elaborate and whimsical pots are traditionally used for gongfu steeping, where tea is served in small cups over the course of many very short infusions. Ideal teas for this are oolongs and puerhs, although some black teas will be quite love... read more...
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