Conseils de préparation

Preparation Tips

temps d'infusion

Infusion time
5-10 min

température d'infusion


Moment de la journée

Time of day
Day & Evening


13-18g / L



Ingrédients biologiques

*Ingredients from organic farming :

Hibiscus flowers (100%).


Read more

Hibiscus tea, a refreshing and thirst-quenching drink

Made from dried organic hibiscus flowers, the hibiscus tea reveals a characteristic red color during the infusion. It is used in the composition of the famous karkade in Africa. This refreshing drink is made from dried hibiscus flowers, sugar and boiling water. It is usually drunk hot. The "rosehip with hibiscus" tea bags available in the shops are only a pale imitation. To find the characteristic fruity and acidulous taste of hibiscus, nothing replaces quality organic dried flowers. They can be integrated in other recipes of infusions and teas. They blend harmoniously with red fruits, but also with Sencha green tea.

Benefits and virtues of hibiscus tea

The hibiscus plant, whose scientific name is hibiscus sabdariffa, is known for its many medicinal properties. The hibiscus participates in a good vascular health and in the invigoratrion of your body. Scientific studies have also demonstrated its positive effect on tone and vitality. Like many plants sold in herbalist shops, hibiscus can have side effects in case of excessive consumption, especially on the liver. Also consult your doctor to know the possible interactions with your medical treatments. Hibiscus tea is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women.

Our tasting advice

How to prepare hibiscus tea?

To take advantage of the health benefits of hibiscus tea, it is essential to prepare it well. How much plant should be used? How many minutes should I let it steep? Here are our tips for preparing it.

How much hibiscus tea?

Count 13 to 18 grams of product per liter of water. Place the flowers in a bag or tea ball. Pour the boiling water directly on the plants. Adjust the quantity if you consume only one cup. It is recommended to consume between 3 and 8 cups per day.

What is the ideal infusion temperature for hibiscus tea?

The ideal infusion temperature is 100°C. Let your hibiscus tea infuse for 5 to 10 minutes. You can drink it plain or sweetened as in the famous karkade, cold or hot according to your taste.

When to drink hibiscus tea?

Hibiscus tea can be enjoyed at any time of the day. Devoid of theine like all infusions, it can also be drunk in the evening. Refreshing and thirst-quenching, it is appreciated in any season, even in summer.

Advantages of hibiscus tea in bulk

Buying your hibiscus tea in bulk has many advantages. Packaged in a convenient zipper bag, the ingredients keep their freshness and taste longer. With a weight of 100 grams, the bulk hibiscus tea bags are sealed in a hermetic way. The flowers also keep their shape. Opting for bulk is the assurance to benefit from quality products.

Why buy your hibiscus tea on Thés & Traditions?

Order your teas and infusions on Thés & Traditions and enjoy free home delivery or delivery point from 45 euros of purchase. To vary the pleasures, do not hesitate to complete your order with other products, by helping you with the customer reviews. Our teas and herbal teas are made from quality ingredients. We deliver our infusions everywhere in France.

Avis Clients

Customer Opinion(s)

You make alsolike

4 other products in the same category: