Connection | Hibiscus
Connection | Hibiscus
Sobolo, Bissap, Sorrel, or Zobo...what do you know this drink as?
From Trinidad to Ghana, Egypt to South Africa, you are sure to find a refreshing red drink, usually served chilled, at your favorite restaurant, quick shop, or loving Aunties house. And no matter the Continent or country while there may be different spices and recipes, the ingredient that remains the same is the hibiscus. Like jollof to jambalaya to peas and rice, we honor this Connection that has somehow survived so much, yet still remains so true.
Blended with Love: Hibiscus, Rose Petals, Blood Orange, Ginger, Star Anise, Nutmeg
Mini: 3-5 single servings
Taste: 8-10 single servings
Indulge: 16-18 single servings
Hibiscus: With its sweet, yet slightly sour aftertaste, Hibiscus was a favorite beverage for ancient Egyptian pharaohs. High in vitamin C, minerals and antioxidants, hibiscus tea has been recognized in both early tradition and modern science for it's benefits. When brewed, Hibiscus turns a deep-red color and has been known to have multiple beneficial health properties, especially in relation to cardiovascular health.
Full of Vitamin C and antioxidants, from Africa to Europe, the Americas to to Asia, the healing properties of roses has been known for centuries. In addition to boosting the immune system and being great for skin, we intentionally use rose in Connection to encourage loving energy and vibrations.
Ginger is among the top three antioxidant spices in the world. Popular and potent, ginger root tea has been a part of natural, traditional medicinal practices for thousands of years, used to boost immunity, fight respiratory ailments, improve circulation, reduce inflammation and stress, and so much more.
Our containers are mage of 100% virgin pulp paper and are recyclable. In addition, our tea bags are biodegradable and compostable. Please consider recycling or composting this packaging.
Information is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any illness. Always consult a doctor before using herbs for any disease, or when pregnant or nursing.View full details