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Hibiscus Roselle Herbal Tea:

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Hibiscus Roselle Herbal Tea:

Mild herbal infusion produced from the Hibiscus Sabdariffa Calyces giving the deep red colour. In Italy, hibiscus tea is known as carcadè or Italian tea and was first introduced from Eritrea, it was used as a substitute for tea when the country was hit by trade sanctions for it's invasion of Abyssinia. There are also many variations of drinking preferences around the world. In the USA hibiscus tea was made popular by a creation circa 1972 known as 'Red Zinger'. In the English-speaking Caribbean, the drink called sorrel, is made from the calyces and considered an integral part of Christmas...

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