Hibiscus Herbal Tea


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Hibiscus flower petals

For Peak Enjoyment

HIbiscus tea stands alone as an herbal drink - hot or cold. It is also a fabulous addition to your favorite black tea; our staff recommends our Ceylon Kenilworth Kandy. Sweeten to taste.

Hibiscus is known all over the world for its showy, beautiful blooms; the beauty of the bright red flowers shines in the vivid, dark pink color of the tea that brews from its blooms.  Hibiscus Petals yield a tangy, sweet taste. Some say it reminds them of pomegranate; others notice cranberry-like notes.  Especially if you’re enjoying Hibiscus Petals hot, you’ll notice a bright, floral aroma as you sip.  

Enjoy Hibiscus Petals as a stand-alone herbal drink – it works well as a hot drink or as an iced refresher and needs little to no additional sweetener – or blend it with your favorite black tea.  In particular, we recommend combining it with our Ceylon black tea; its tangy sweetness marries perfectly with the citrus notes and mild astringency of Ceylon.

  • 2 oz whole, loose leaf herbal
  • 20 servings per bag

Contains 0mg of Caffeine

0mg per-serving

Using 1.5-2 tsp of tea per 6-8oz of water brew at 190 degrees fahrenheit for 3min

Other fantastic options


Your package should be delivered within 2-3 days.

Yes! We ship anywhere within the United States.

We have two options. Purchase a two ounce bag (about 20 servings) and we have individual bags for you to make your own custom tea bag. We also sell single serves of each flavor or tea for only $1. If there is something you are looking for….Call us!

We do not, our teas are available for purchase either online or at local retailers in East Tennessee. Many of our local retail partners also serve our tea hot or cold!

We source our tea from reputable and consistent wholesalers from all over the world. Tea does not grow in our East Tennessee climate.

Find our tea locally

While we no longer have the physical storefront on Jackson Avenue in downtown Knoxville, some local shops carry many of our teas. Check out our local shops page for updated lists.