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Pure Hibiscus Tea with Mint
6-Big Family Size Tea Bags
Fresh Loaded with vitamin c and Caffeine-free! Hibiscus flowers have been grown for centuries in the rich silt of the Nile Valley, where people use the flowers to make a tart, vibrantly-colored beverage. An infusion of hibiscus flowers, hot or cold, is a healthful and refreshing beverage.
Benefits of Hibiscus Tea:
About Nile Valley Herbs
The Nile Valley, where hibiscus flowers have been grown in the rich silt for centuries, produces some of the world's finest hibiscus tea. The Nile Valley Company's Hibiscus Tea and Hibiscus Mint Tea, two of the world's best hibiscus beverages, are imported directly from the Nile Valley.
Whether you're looking for an herbal remedy to lower high blood pressure or possibly even high cholesterol, an alternative to green tea, or a caffeine free beverage rich in Vitamin C, hibiscus tea may just be your answer!
Nile Valley Herb is proud to note that their company is a cottage industry from a Nubian village and part of the proceeds go to provide safe, clean drinking water, schools and solar energy programs for the villagers. These teas are attractively packaged and delightful.
Hibiscus Tea from the Nile Valley
Hibiscus tea clearly was the beverage favored by the Pharaohs of the ancient Nile Valley when they wanted to refresh themselves in the desert heat. In fact, Hibiscus Tea, throughout history until the present, has been a preferred beverage in many cultures including China, Mexico, the Caribbean, and even Europe.
All over the world people drink hibiscus tea for health (hibiscus tea lowers blood pressure), for cooling (hibiscus tea is a refrigerant and helps cool the body), for a relaxing refreshment (hibiscus tea contains no caffeine), for ceremonies (every wedding and celebration in Sudan and Egypt is "toasted" with glasses of hibiscus tea), and for enjoyment (hibiscus tea is a beautiful rich crimson color and is tart and delicious). You too can enjoy this delicious beverage! It's not just for Pharaohs anymore -- try some Nile Valley Herbs hibiscus tea or hibiscus mint tea, hot or cold.
How to Prepare Hibiscus Tea:
For Hot Tea: Use one tea bag for each cup of tea. Bring water to boil. Pour water over tea bag and steep 2-3 minutes.
For Iced Tea: Place four tea bags in a container. Add one quart (4 cups) of boiling water. Steep for 15 minutes or longer.
Pour into ice filled glasses. Serve with a slice of orange, lemon, or fresh mint leaf. Sweeten if desired and enjoy!
Available size: 6-Big Family Size Tea Bags