Hibiscus Iced Tea Recipe
Hibiscus Iced Tea with Rose hips is a simple beverage that is refreshing and will quench your thirst.
This dark red beverage is best described as a slightly floral, fruity flavor with a hint of sweetness and touch of tartness. The Rose Hips provides lots of vitamin C and this tea can be enjoyed hot or iced. Read about cold brew Iced Tea here.
What types of sweeteners can you use?
This tea is sweet and fruity with the added honey and lemons. You can adjust the sweetness of the honey or change it to something like demerara sugar for a non-refined sugar sweetener.
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- Bring 4 cups of water to a boil in a saucepan or teapot
- While water is boiling, add hibiscus and rosehips to a teabag like this or a metal strainer. I use this teapot that comes with a reusable metal strainer for loose leaf tea.
- Once water is nearly boiling add tea to teapot or saucepan for 15 minutes and let steep.
- Remove Tea and Pour into a large carafe and add honey and lemons.
- Add several cups of Ice and enjoy
This tea is similar to a fruity punch and depends on the amount of honey you use for sweetness. It has a lot of vitamin C from the rosehips and hibiscus.
It tastes great with 1 part tea and 2 parts ice to bring it to temperature. The lemon gives it a delicious flavor and you could also add some fresh mint for color.
Nutrition InformationYield 4 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 141Total Fat 0gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 0mgSodium 3mgCarbohydrates 39gFiber 1gSugar 36gProtein 1g
Benefits of Hibiscus Tea
Enjoy the health benefits of Hibiscus and Rosehips in this flavorful and colorful tea. Just a few cups of Hibiscus tea per week can increase your levels of Vitamin C and boost your immune system tenfold.
Drinking hibiscus and rosehips tea several times a week is one of the best ways you can naturally lower your blood pressure, especially when combined with a healthy diet.
Enjoy some of these other Health Benefits of Hibiscus Tea
Find Beginner’s Guide For Tea Here:
- Beginner’s Guide to Black Tea
- Beginner’s Guide to Green Tea
- Beginner’s Guide to Herbal Tea
- Beginner’s Guide to White Tea
- Beginner’s Guide to Chai Tea
- Beginner’s Guide to Puerh Tea
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Benefits Of Rosehips Tea
The health benefits available from rosehips are from the presence of vitamin C, vitamin B, vitamin E, flavonoids, carotenoids, polyphenols, catechins, and other phytochemicals present in both the fruit and extract of the rose plant.
Even though every species of the rose plant is different in their nutrient concentrations, they share many of the same compounds, vitamins, and antioxidants. Info provided by Organic Facts