How to Prepare Hibiscus Tea Punch

Ingredients Needed
  • 1/2 litres of water(half hot and half room temperature)
  • 4 melvins hibiscus teabags
  • 3 fresh lemon slices
  • 2 sprigs of fresh mint
  • Place 4 hibiscus tea bags into a pitcher/jug
  • Pour the hot water into the pitcher/jug and let it sit for 5 minutes
  • After 5 minutes, add the cold water
  • Add in the sprigs of mint and the lemon slices. Give it a good stir
  • Let the tea sit for at least 2 hours before serving
  • This time will give the ingredients just enough time to blend all the flavors together
  • You can either leave the pitcher out on the counter or refrigerate
  • Serve in a glass with a few fresh ice cubes

Did you know?

Tip 1

As a response to proper service development in the tea gardens of england. Small, locked wooden boxes were placed on the tables throughout the garden. Inscribed on each were the letters 'TIP' stood for the sentence "To insure Prompt Service" If a guest wished the waiter to hurry (and so insure the tea arrived hot from the often distant kitchen) he dropped a coin into the box on being seated "to insure prompt service". Hence the custom tipping servers was created.

Tip 2

Use spent teabags: for nightly and morning eye-smoother. Put teabags in the freexer until they are almost solid (about ten minutes). Take teabags out of the freezer and put them on the eyes. The coolness and soothing properties in the teabags really helps under the eye puffiness and overall tiredness of the eyes. It is a good way to get the most for your money and its natural.

Tip 3

Put used teabags into a jug of water, as it sits, the last few hints of tea goodness seep into the water that can be used to water your house plants. They have never looked better