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Hibiscus Flower Tea Bags (bulk)

Manufacturer: Starwest Botanicals
SKU: 401535-84 / 401535-81
$9.08
Botanical Name: Hibiscus sabdariffa
Origin: :Egypt

Our own premium quality Organic Hibiscus Flower (Hibiscus sabdariffa) is used to make this tangy, refreshing tea. Hibiscus makes a ruby red brew, and it has a taste that is very similar to cranberry juice. Its flavor can definitely be described as tart, so you can add sugar, stevia, or honey to increase the sweetness. Hibiscus makes a healthful herbal tea, and is packed with antioxidants and ascorbic acid (Vitamin C). It's delicious hot or iced, the perfect tea for both summer and winter! Caffeine-Free.
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Preparation: Pour 8-12 oz of boiling water (212° F) over 1 tea bag. Steep 3-4 minutes.

Ingredients: Hibiscus Flower Tea

Packaging

The number of tea bags per pouch can vary due to fill weight, type, and cut of herb.
• 4 oz. contains about 59 tea bags. 
• 1 lb. contains about 235 tea bags.

4 oz bulk tea bags packed in a convenient stand-up pouch with a re-sealable zipper closure.

1 lb tea bulk tea bags are packaged in a polyfoil bag with a re-sealable zipper closure, protecting the contents from light exposure and moisture.

Tea Bag

The tea bag paper used to make our tea bags is manufactured from a specially selected blend of manila hemp fiber derived from the leaf stalks of the arbacá plant, cellulose, and thermoplastic fibers, making it strong and durable with a high wet strength.

The paper is free of dyes, adhesive, and glue, and is oxygen-bleached (no chlorine used), therefore eliminating dioxins.

Tea bag size: 2.75” D.

Compliant for all food standards, including organic.

Non-GMO and free of allergens and epichlorohydrin.

Products specifications
Tea CategoryTea Bags
CaffeinationCaffeine Free
IngredientsHibiscus
AttributesAntioxidant
Tea CategoryTea Bags (bulk)
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