A new line of organic teas made by the Japanese company, Hibiscus, promises to deliver a much more wholesome and less artificial tasting experience than the current offerings from American companies.
The Hibiscuses herbal tea was recently presented at the International Conference on Food and Drink (ICFDR) in Tokyo.
The Japanese company has been testing its herbal teas at the Tokyo International Expo and is hoping to produce a new line by the end of the year.
According to Hibiscu, the new herbal tea blends ingredients that are unique to Japanese herbs, which are also the most widely used in the country.
The teas taste more natural and healthier, it adds.
The tea can be consumed at home or in bars or restaurants.
“A new tea from Japan is a refreshing, balanced drink for all occasions, and this is exactly what we aim for.
It is delicious for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even as a snack,” said Takuya Kobayashi, Hibisco’s general manager.
The company has developed its own proprietary teas, so it can choose the ones that are best suited to its customers.
According the company, it has developed a recipe for making Hibiscuss tea, which is available in four sizes and is currently available for sale.
The company says that the new tea is available to consumers in the United States, Canada, France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Austria, and the United Arab Emirates.