author "My Best Tea" check mark Chef Natasha, Master Chef S6
author "Excellent Taste" check mark Chef Vicky
author "I’m in love" check mark Gomathy R

Rare floral indulgence.

Hibiscus Tea

author "My Best Tea" check mark Chef Natasha, Master Chef S6
author "Excellent Taste" check mark Chef Vicky
author "I’m in love" check mark Gomathy R
Sale price₹ 339.00 Regular price₹ 399.00
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The Pahadi Story Hibiscus Tea is a rare, recreational floral tea. Made from 100% natural Hibiscus petals, makes for an absolute floral goodness. A tangy twist to your tea. A brew that can be had both hot and cold, perfect for summers. A recreational blend for true connoisseurs. 


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  • Digestive

  • Hydrating

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Antimicrobial

  • Cooling


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  • Rare Floral Brew For Tangy
  • Authentic Ingredient Pure Hibiscus
  • Sourced From Uttarakhand Processed

The Pahadi Story's Hibiscus tea is my new favorite! The deep red color and tart flavor make it so refreshing, and it's packed with antioxidants and nutrients that are great for overall health.

2022-09-04 See more

I'm not typically a fan of floral teas, but The Pahadi Story's Hibiscus tea has won me over. It's slightly tangy and slightly sweet, and it's perfect hot or iced.

2022-05-12 See more

The aroma of the Hibiscus tea is incredible, and it's definitely a mood booster. I love having a cup after a long day to unwind and relax.

2021-09-06 See more

Lab Tested

100% Natural

No Preservatives

An All-Natural Blend Of Nature’s Most Refreshing


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The Pahadi Story Family

We are for them – the ones who wake up with the first ray of the sun, walk miles to their fields and sow love, for us to reap care. The Pahadi Story is for, and by, the women farmers of Uttarakhand. We are an act of compassion. When you choose The Pahadi Story, you choose to empower our community.


  • What is hibiscus tea?

    Hibiscus tea is a herbal infusion made from the dried calyces (flower petals) of the hibiscus plant, scientifically known as Hibiscus sabdariffa. It is known for its vibrant red color and tart, fruity flavor.

  • How do I prepare hibiscus tea?

    To make hibiscus tea, bring water to a boil and then pour it over dried hibiscus flowers or tea bags. Let it steep for about 5-7 minutes, or until it reaches your desired strength. You can sweeten it with honey or add a slice of citrus for extra flavor.

  • Is hibiscus tea caffeine-free?

    Yes, hibiscus tea is naturally caffeine-free, making it a great option for people who want to avoid caffeine.

  • What are the health benefits of hibiscus tea?

    Hibiscus tea is believed to have several potential health benefits. It is rich in antioxidants and may help lower blood pressure, reduce inflammation, improve heart health, and support weight management. It's also known to be refreshing and hydrating.

  • Can hibiscus tea interact with medications?

    Hibiscus tea may interact with certain medications, especially those related to blood pressure or diabetes. If you are taking medication, it's advisable to consult your healthcare provider before adding hibiscus tea to your diet.

  • Does hibiscus tea have any side effects?

    While hibiscus tea is generally safe, excessive consumption may lead to digestive discomfort or, in rare cases, low blood pressure. It's best to consume it in moderation.

  • Can pregnant or breastfeeding women drink hibiscus tea?

    Pregnant or breastfeeding women should consume hibiscus tea in moderation, as excessive intake may have adverse effects. It's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized guidance.

  • Is hibiscus tea good for weight loss?

    Hibiscus tea is often included in weight loss plans due to its potential to support metabolism and aid in weight management. However, it should be part of a balanced diet and exercise regimen for best results.

  • Can I drink hibiscus tea hot or cold?

    Yes, you can enjoy hibiscus tea either hot or cold, depending on your preference and the weather. It's a versatile beverage that can be served in various ways.

  • Where can I buy hibiscus tea?

    Hibiscus tea is readily available in many grocery stores, health food stores, and online retailers. You can find it in the form of dried flowers, tea bags, or pre-made bottled teas.