Hibiscus Jasmine Red Tea in Loose Leaf

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About Hibiscus Jasmine Red Tea in Loose Leaf

Ingredients Hibiscus tea, Sweet olive, Jasmine
Origin Turkey
Shelf life  24 Months
Storage Condition Keep in Cool and Dry Place
Features All Natural, No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives

Sour tea or red tea, also known as Mecca tea, is made from the Chinese rose plant, the petals of which can be used as a beverage. Hibiscus tea has a red colour and sour taste. In ancient times, red tea was used as a refresher and remedy for heart disease. Consumption of this product is common in some cultures such as China, Mexico and even Europe in Sudan and Egypt. It is used as a ceremonial drink in formal celebrations. This tea is one of the suitable drinks for those who want to find a suitable alternative to tea.

Grab a cup of boiled water (208°F) and let the tea to steep for 4-5 minutes, check the package for the right steep time.


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Despite their name, herbal teas are not real teas. True teas, such as green tea, black tea, and oolong tea, are manufactured from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant. On the other hand, herbal teas are made with dried fruits, flowers, spices, or herbs.

This means that herbal teas can come in various flavours and tastes, and they are a viable alternative to sugary drinks or water. Aside from being delicious, certain herbal teas have health-promoting properties. For hundreds of years, herbal teas have been used as ancient treatments for a variety of diseases.

Hibiscus Jasmine Red Tea is a blend of Hibiscus, Sweet olive, and jasmine leaves with excellent colour and aroma to give your day a fresh start.

Natural Moreish offers 100% natural Herbal tea with no additives or preservatives. Keep this delicious and beneficial tea in an air-tight container in a dark and cool place. Storing it in the refrigerator may help you keep it fresh for a more extended period.

General Information

Hibiscus Jasmine Red Tea is a blend of Hibiscus, sweet olive and jasmine. Each has its own set of features and health benefits, so imagine the combination of these magnificent fruits and herbs, as well as the benefits you can obtain from sipping a cup of Hibiscus Jasmine Red tea.

Hibiscus has a tangy, cranberry-like flavour and can be served both hot and cold. There are hundreds of hibiscus species, each with distinct locations and climates, but the most usually used to brew hibiscus tea is Hibiscus sabdariffa.

Drinking hibiscus tea has been linked to several health benefits, including the ability to fight bacteria, lower blood pressure, and even boost weight loss.

Tea olive and sweet olive are other names for Osmanthus fragrans. It is locally native to China, the Himalayas, and Taiwan, and it has embedded itself in their culture; there is a very excellent reason why this flower (or herb) is so beloved. This plant’s tiny white blossoms have a lovely aromatic scent that reminds me of ripe apricots and peaches, and it smells fantastic! Because of this, osmanthus flowers are used in many of the world’s most excellent perfumes and teas.

People have been drinking jasmine tea for generations. Both tea and jasmine were cultivated in China throughout the Tang Dynasty, and jasmine tea may have been consumed before that time. Drinking jasmine tea is a joyful experience for many individuals. It may also offer health benefits.

Delicious Ways to Use Hibiscus Jasmine Red Tea leave

Herbal tea leaves are typically served hot and freshly brewed or as cold tea. Sweeteners and milk can be added because of the mild taste, but serving alone or a small snack is better. The best way to thoroughly enjoy this delicate, hot tea is to take an afternoon tea break or before going to bed.

How to prepare and drink Herbal tea leave?

Here are some general Herbal tea brewing guidelines to consider:

  • Use filtered water that is fresh, clean, and cold.
  • Night Dreams Herbal tea is usually brewed in short infusions at 160 to 180 degrees.
  • Don’t let your tea get too hot! If the water is too hot, particularly for Night Dreams Herbal tea, the bitterness and astringency of your tea will be released more quickly.
  • If you don’t have a temperature-controlled electric kettle, just let your boiling water rest before pouring over your herbal tea blankets.
  • It depends on tea, but it is safe to bet with around 2g of leaf tea for 8 oz.
  • Cover the steep tea in the steeping vessel to maintain all the heat.
  • The majority of high-quality loose-leaf teas can be steeped many times.
  • Is it better to milk or not to milk? If you like to season your herbal tea, you can add milk (and even sugar). However, keep in mind that the taste of Night Dreams Herbal tea is usually very light, and you can cover it by adding milk or sugar, which will also add calories.



Hibiscus Jasmine Red Tea comes in a variety of packages, including whole tea leaves and tea bags.

Hibiscus Jasmine Red Tea should be consumed within six to twelve months of purchase. It should also be kept in a cold, dry place, away from the sun, dampness, and scented pantry companions such as coffee or spices.

Tea absorbs the aroma of anything close, which is why we still recommend keeping your loose-leaf tea away from strong odours. This may mean that storing loose-leaf tea in a kitchen cabinet, particularly spice cabinets and pantries, is not the ideal solution.


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