An antioxidant-rich tea that can be enjoyed hot or iced.
‘This blend is so nice and fresh. I have loved keeping a big brew of it in the fridge and drinking it iced all summer.’ – Vanessa, Mayde Tea customer.
This refreshing herbal blend can be enjoyed hot or cold – either way, this tea will nourish you with antioxidants that support the digestive system. The liveliness of lemon myrtle and rooibos balances with the floral sweetness of jasmine and hibiscus to produce a deliciously uplifting brew.
Hibiscus Lemon Myrtle Iced Tea is available in:
Retail tube / 40 serves loose leaf tea = 80g
Amber jar / 120 serves loose leaf tea [Size of the jar is 1L] = 240g
200 serve bulk refill pouch = 400g *please note this does not come with the full description on packaging, and is intended for refilling your jar only.
Lemon myrtle / rooibos / hibiscus petals / jasmine flowers
Designed to be enjoyed either hot or cold.
Lemon Myrtle (Backhousia citriodora) is a beautiful Australian native, lemon myrtle has been used traditionally for sinus infections, bronchitis and irritable digestive disorders. Lemon myrtle gently stimulates the digestive processes and reduce symptoms such as bloating and cramping. Lemon myrtle is also used as a potent antioxidant, reducing free radicals throughout the body.
Rooibos (Aspalathus linearis) contains powerful antioxidants called polyphenols. They protect the body by scavenging free radicals, stabilising reactive, or ‘unhealthy’ cells in the body. These polyphenols also act as an anti-inflammatory.
Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis) has traditionally been used to regulate fluid balance and promote overall health. It has been found to improve skin conditions, promote adequate circulation and improve digestive issues. These amazing benefits come from the phytochemistry of the plants, as it contains citric acid, malic acid, anthocyanins and quercetin.
Jasmine (Jasminum) has been found to strengthen the immune system by fighting bacteria-causing infections. Jasmine flowers may soothe the throat and reduce other symptoms caused by viruses such as the common cold.