(6 customer reviews)

Loose Leaf Tea – Happy Hibiscus

RM79.00

Ingredients: Hibiscus flowers & fennel seeds.

Bright, Refreshing, Uplifting

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Tisane [pronounced tee-sahn], commonly called herbal tea, is not a true tea. This is because it does not contain tea leaves, but rather a blend of various herbs, flowers or spice steeped in boiling water. Such teas have long been used for their healing and rejuvenating qualities. Theine-free, unless noted otherwise.

 

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Get 75g of Happy Hibiscus loose leaf tea in a reusable metal canister. Each canister yields approximately 25 to 30 cups of tea.

HAPPY HIBISCUS  tisane

Boost your health with this tart infusion of antioxidant-rich hibiscus flowers and aromatic fennel seeds. Enjoy with honey.

 

Brewing Guide:

Infuse for 5 to 8 minutes in freshly boiled water. For stronger flavour and colour, increase the infusion duration.
Use Tea Infusers for convenient brewing.

HOT : Use 1 heaped tsp per 250ml.
ICED : Use 2 heaped tsp ( or 1 Gold Scoop ) per 250ml & pour over ice when cool.

COLD BREW: Use 2 heaped tsp ( or 1 Gold Scoop ) per 250ml & infuse in cold water while refrigerated for 4-8 hours. 

Remove tea leaves after the recommended infusion duration and enjoy your tea.

Theine Level:  High | Moderate | Low | None  >>  Naturally Theine-Free

Weight 0.165 kg
Dimensions 7.5 × 7.5 × 11.7 cm

6 reviews for Loose Leaf Tea – Happy Hibiscus

  1. ellie

    i tried this and the malaysian mint. the vitamin c goodness can be tasted right away. added sugar instead of honey coz without its too sour for my tastebuds.

  2. sabby

    It is a bit too sour to my liking, if I drink it without any sugar. But actually tastes great with just a cube of sugar!

  3. Shafiqah

    The sour taste of hibiscus is great. Healthy choice.

  4. Norfahanim Embong

    Wonderful flavor. A refreshingly tangy taste binds together with fennel inside it.

  5. Amanda

    The hibiscus in the tea produces a bright red color and slightly sour taste. Married with the fennel, it produces a pleasant aroma. The tea has a very unique taste.

  6. Fiffy

    You may think, hibiscus? That’s a weird flavour for a drink. Well, it is surprisingly good for a herbal tea.

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