Cold Brew Hibiscus Tea by Salad or Chips

Cold brew hibiscus tea

Cold brew hibiscus tea

Don’t like the taste of water? Try cold brew hibiscus and lemon tea. Fill a bottle and leave it in the fridge overnight, by tomorrow you’ll have a lovely ruby red refreshing brew. It tastes sour with a little sweetness, similar to cranberry. It’s  great with carbonated water if you like a little fizz. I’ve not tried it but I’m pretty sure this would make a good mixer for gin too.

Cooking info

  • Prep time 3m
  • Cook time 0m
  • Difficulty Easy
  • Serves 4

Nutrition (Based on 1 serving)

  • 1 Calories
  • 0g Carbs
  • 0g Protein
  • 0g Total fat
  • 0g Saturated fat
  • 0mg Cholesterol
  • 0g Sugar
  • 0g Fibre
  • 0mg Sodium

Nutritional info

This tropical flower is anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, has vitamin C and antioxidants which protect the liver. It helps aid digestion and helps regulate your blood sugar levels. It's also great for menstrual cramps (maybe a hot brew would be nice for that). It positively impacts high blood pressure so give this one a miss if yours is low.


4 serving

  • .25 tbsp Dried hibiscus flower
  • .25 litres filtered water



  • Try brewing with a few slices of ginger

  • If you don't like sour tastes add 1/2 a sliced or grated red apple to sweeten it

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