Rosehips and Hibiscus Flowers produce a red infusion with a strong fruity aroma and a sweet-and-sour taste, where the hibiscus flowers help to soften the unique tart flavour of the rose hips.

Health benefits of Rosehip Hibiscus

The combination of natural rosehip and hibiscus has been known to offer numerous health benefits, such as being especially rich in antioxidants and vitamin C. Rosehip, in particular, is a great source of antioxidants that can help protect your cells from damage caused by free radicals. Additionally, this infusion has anti-inflammatory properties that may help treat inflammation and may also help lower blood pressure. Moreover, this infusion is naturally caffeine-free.

How to make a perfect brew

  1. Bring water to a boil
  2. Use 220ml of water per 2.5 grams tea
  3. Steep for 3-5 minutes, and enjoy your tea

Best Rosehip with Hibiscus tasting

Our Natural Rosehip with Hibiscus infusion is best enjoyed straight, but if you are in the mood for a sweet beverage, try adding some honey or agave syrup to it. Additionally, one way to enjoy this infusion is to pair it with fresh fruit salads, particularly with pears, as the flavours complement each other perfectly. It can also be a great accompaniment to ice cream and chocolate desserts, as the tartness of the infusion helps to balance the sweetness of these treats. Whether you prefer it on its own or as part of a delicious dessert, natural rosehip and hibiscus infusion is a delightful way to add some flavour to your day.

Storage advice

Keep the tea stored in its steel box, in a cool dark place. It is important, when storing, to keep it away from sources of heat. If storing in the refrigerator or freezer, pack in small, completely airtight packets or jars. Before use, wait for it to reach room temperature in order to prevent any condensation. Each defrosted packet should be used within a week after opening.


Rosehip 50% and Hibiscus 50%.
Packed in Sri Lanka from imported ingredients.