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Hibiscus Bora Bora - Teabags

Fruit Infusion

Vibrant and beautifully balanced, these teabags gift a fruit infusion of sweet berries, blossom and tart hibiscus can be enjoyed as a summer cooler or winter warmer.

From: Mixed Origin

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We aim to dispatch all orders within 1-2 days of receiving your request. However, this can vary during peak times and other conditions outside of our control. Therefore, the below estimates of shipping times have been provided by our couriers.

 

UK Deliveries

 

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£2.50, Free - over £25

Royal Mail

2-5 days, up to 14*, Not Tracked

Tracked

£5.95

DPD

1-2 days, up to 5*, Tracked

Next-Working-Day

£9.95

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Orders placed before 2pm, 1-2** days, Tracked

Saturday

£13.95

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Orders placed before 2pm, Saturday delivery, Tracked

 *Most deliveries will be made within the usual time frame, but some areas and services may experience delays.

 

European Deliveries


Currently, there are some delays with parcels being sent to EU countries from the UK. This is due to complexities arising as a result of the UK leaving the European Union. If there is any disruption to the service that you have selected, we will keep you updated.The table below provides estimates of shipping times.

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Method

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Carrier

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Standard

From £4.00

Royal Mail

8-15 days, up to 30*, Not Tracked

USA tracked

From £15.00

Fedex

2-3 days, up to 7*, Tracked

ROW Tracked

From £18.95

Fedex

1-5 days, up to 5*, Tracked

 *Most deliveries will be made within the usual time frame, but some areas and services may experience delays.

 

Rest of the World

 

Method

Cost

Carrier

Transit time

Standard

From £4.00

Royal Mail

8-15 days, up to 30*, Not Tracked

USA tracked

From £15.00

Fedex

2-3 days, up to 7*, Tracked

ROW Tracked

From £18.95

Fedex

1-5 days, up to 5*, Tracked

 *Most deliveries will be made within the usual time frame, but some areas and services may experience delays.

 

International Buyers (Including EU) – Please Note:


Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be before buying.

The origins of our Hibiscus teabags


A tangy and refreshing caffeine-free option, our award-winning Hibiscus fruit tea infusion is packed with chunky fruit – perfect for an invigorating winter warmer or chilled on a sultry summer afternoon.

A kaleidoscope of delicious fruits and flowers makes up this loose-leaf tea: apple, papaya, berries, sunflower blossoms, cornflower petals – and, of course, delicious hibiscus. Purple-red in colour, our Hibiscus tea has a luxurious fruity aroma and flavour, along with an intense sweetness that has made it a favourite of our customers as well as the Great Taste Awards judging panel.

Although hibiscus tea is sometimes called sour tea, due to the hibiscus sabdariffa flower's tart qualities, ours has been carefully blended with a range of berries and tree fruit to achieve the ideal flavour balance. You definitely won't need to add sugar to our delightfully exotic tea!

Learn more about our Hibiscus fruit tea


Is fruit tea good for you?


Every sip of this vibrant, supremely fruity infusion feels good for you. Made entirely without caffeine and with natural ingredients, Hibiscus tea, made with dried hibiscus flower, can be drunk by all the family. It’s a great option for those wanting to up their healthy fluid intake or who are looking for a sweetly soothing bedtime brew. (One word of caution: hibiscus is a member of the mallow family, which some people are allergic to, and it contains phytoestrogens, which may cause hormonal fluctuations and so should be avoided by women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.)

The main health benefits of hibiscus tea come from its high antioxidant content. Of these, ascorbic acid, aka vitamin C, is key in this fruit infusion, bolstered by the addition of apple, papaya, strawberry and raspberry – making it a great immune-boosting addition to your diet throughout cold and flu season.

Drinking hibiscus tea is also associated with helping lower blood pressure and levels of ‘bad’ LDL cholesterol, being useful in weight management and for potentially helping offset liver disease, including cancer, though more research is needed here.


The many uses of hibiscus


Hibiscus is native to tropical and warm temperate climates, and its flower, root and calyx have been used in traditional medicine since ancient times. The Egyptians knew it as a treatment for heart conditions, in Iran it has been used for centuries as a way of relieving hypertension, and in Chinese medicine its uses include everything from a diuretic to an inflammatory.

The flavour profile of hibiscus is commonly described as being somewhere between cranberry and pomegranate, making it a welcome ingredient in the kitchen. In African culinary culture, hibiscus has been particularly popular as the main ingredient of celebratory drinks at communal gatherings, and also as a dried seasoning – in rice dishes, for example – and as a meat marinade.


Easy hibiscus ice lollies


If you want to introduce this beautiful ingredient into your own kitchen, you can use our luxury Hibiscus fruit infusion for your own easy summertime ice lolly recipe. Simply brew 3-4 teaspoons of The Tea Makers of London Hibiscus fruit infusion in 350ml of boiling water in a bowl (with a little maple syrup to taste, if you like) and leave to infuse. Once steeped, strain into a jug and let cool. Stir in a good squeeze of lime juice along with a handful of your favourite soft berries: chopped strawberries, raspberries or a mix of both. Pour the hibiscus fruit mix into six ice-lolly moulds and transfer to the freezer to set. Enjoy as a thirst-quenching sweet summer treat!


Alternatives to Hibiscus tea


If you enjoyed this tea, a caddy of our lush and delicious Black Forest dark berry fruit tea has extra layers of richness and complexity, with hibiscus again the signature ingredient. Other caffeine-free loose-leaf tea options include: the wonderfully fragrant Caribbean Punch, packed with tropical fruit; lively and refreshing Turkish Apple; and Chai of Madagascar – our unique, African take on an Indian classic, with a base of South African honeybush leaves.

Whether you’re serving your fruit tea hot or cold, our range of Glassware has plenty of options, from the ultra elegant to the smart and practical. For more fruit tea infusions, browse our Tea Shop

Ingredients


Hibiscus Blossoms, Apple Pieces, Papaya Cubes (Papaya and Sugar), Currants, Elderberries, Blackcurrents, Flavouring, Freeze-Dried Raspberry Pieces, Freeze-Dried Strawberry Pieces, Sunflower Blossoms and Blue Cornflower Blossoms.

Tasting notes


This tea offers a intensely fruity aroma and bright red infusion. A sweet cup with zesty hibiscus, berries and tropical fruity mouthfeel.

Region


This tea has been crafted with the finest ingredients across the world.

How to brew our teabags

1 Triune™ Teabag

1 Triune™ Teabag

100°C

100°C

200ml

200ml

12 mins

12 mins

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