Fusion Teas

1918 University Business Dr

Suite 513

McKinney, TX 75071

Local: (972) 372-4832

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Hibiscus Coconut Strawberry Iced Tea Recipe

Have you tried Hibiscus Tea? If not, you’re in for a treat! We love the incredible, cranberry-like flavor that bold hibiscus has to offer. We now offer 16 hibiscus fruit tisanes, plus even more infusions that carry hibiscus as an ingredient. 

Exotic hibiscus, a favorite in much of the Caribbean, is vibrant, delicious and a natural way to promote heart health. Hibiscus is rich in vitamin C and is naturally caffeine-free so the whole family can enjoy it. Hibiscus may also lower cholesterol and blood sugar levels. 

Velvety-red hibiscus creates a bright red cup and delivers citrus and berry notes. It is delicious both hot and cold. The recipe below is something between a traditional iced tea and a tea latte or smoothie.

Try this berry hibiscus refresher with our Very Berry Hibiscus. This fruity medley is full of lush berry notes and zingy hibiscus, balanced by creamy coconut:

Very Berry Hibiscus Fruit Tea Tastes Great as Iced Tea with Coconut Milk

Hibiscus Pink Bliss Iced Tea Recipe

2 tablespoons Very Berry Hibiscus
2 cups water
1 tablespoon honey or maple syrup
8 ripe strawberries, sliced (reserve a few for garnish)
1/2 cup  orange juice
1/2 cup light coconut milk 

Bring water to a boil, then pour over tea. Stir in honey until dissolved. Let steep for 15 minutes; add in strawberries at the 10-minute point. Strain, then add orange juice and coconut milk and stir to combine. 

Fill glasses or a pitcher with ice, then the tea mixture. Add a garnish of sliced strawberries. Serve right away, and enjoy! Makes four servings.

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If you like Very Berry Hibiscus Tea, you’ll also love our Strawberry Fields Hibiscus Tea!

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