It is originated in China. Picking the newly open flowers at October, dried, with the proportion of a teaspoon of hibiscus and a cup of boiling water. Of course, if you like the deep red color, might as well to soak more flowers, leading to form the color of red wine. However, if putting some rose tea into hibiscus tea, you will have a different taste. And hibiscus tea also has effect on subsidence of a swelling in outside and clearing lung in internal. When brewed the hibiscus gives a deep red infusion similar to grenadine with a taste close to lemonade. Hibiscus is tangy and enriched with vitamin C. Since it is caffeine free, it can be enjoy during any time of the day. This hibiscus floral tea taste great with some sugar or honey. You can also mix the hibiscus with other tea to create your own favorite blend.