Organic Hibiscus and Nettle

Our Dawn to Dusk range is all about keeping it clean and simple. Make it part of your daily routine to stay energized and rejuvenated. Organic Hibiscus and Nettle is a herbal infusion packed with the goodness of dried red and pink Hibiscus and dried Nettle. Hibiscus is a natural fighter against allergies to keep those sneezes at bay. Full of antioxidants and natural healing properties, Hibiscus and Nettle team up to strengthen you from the inside.

Ausum Tea blends are handmade in small batches with zero sugar and sweeteners and no preservatives. Ausum Tea teabags are crafted using 100% pure cotton, naturally bleached without the use of any chemicals. These recycled cotton teabags are fully bio-degradable.

Net Quantity –
  • Teabag: NET Weight – 30 grams | No. of Teabags - 15 N | Each Teabag contains 2 grams
  • No Sugar
  • Brew Hot
  • Brew Cold
  • Infuse

Product Specification


A cup of Hibiscus and Nettle tea is a great way to give your entire system a nice boost. Often known as a medicinal tea, dried flowers of Hibiscus are blended together with Nettle in this wondrous concoction. High in health, this herbal tea is a daily must for keeping the heart, digestive tract, weight and mental health in check. Ruby red in colour with tangy notes, this herbal infusion is usually consumed hot but makes for a great iced delight as well.

Ausum Tea is all about making tea a fun, alternative yet great for you experience. We are conscious of developing blends that have a layered taste for a more well-rounded beverage. We work with select suppliers who share the same ethos as us - ethically sourcing, no preservatives or pesticides to the extent possible, small enterprises that rely on small businesses to thrive. Since we dry most of the fruit that goes into our blends, our sourcing is mainly reliant on seasonality and supply of fresh produce.

Every cup of Ausum is part of our mission towards Clean and Green living. Our blends are packed with goodness and none of the added sugar, preservatives or sweeteners. Ausum Tea is great for your body, soul and environment. We strive to be a minimal waste brand. The packaging, especially the teabags will decompose within 12 months when mixed with soil.

Teabag with a Tale

Ausum Tea teabags are crafted using 100% pure cotton, naturally bleached without the use of any chemicals. Enjoy a cup of Ausum as it is meant to be – real goodness of the blend and none of the lingering taste of chemicals or paper. Each Ausum Tea bag is sanitised using Ozone and then packed individually in pouches flushed with Nitrogen to retain the freshness of the blend. In pursuit of generating minimal waste, the teabags decompose and return to nature, from where they came.

Ausum Tea teabags are handcrafted by enterprising women who are striving to have a better livelihood by upskilling themselves. Each teabag is a tale of the person who has had a role to play in bringing a dash of Ausum to your cup.

Blend Type

Tisanes (pronounced as Tee-Zahn), also known as herbal teas or infusions, are beverages made from the infusion or decoction of herbs, spices, fruits, or other plant material in water. Tisanes have a long history, dating back to ancient China and Egypt, where they were drunk for both enjoyment and medicinal purposes. When can you drink herbal teas, you may ask? Since tisanes do not contain tea leaves, they are caffeine free and can be consumed at any time of the day. How much herbal tea can I drink, you may wonder? Herbal teas have no caffeine in them and our blends are close to Zero Calorie so drink as many as you like guilt free!


Enjoy this tea from Dawn to Dusk! Brew yourself a cup and ease into your morning, take a breather from your afternoon or even better, soothe your way to sleep. This blend will match you every step of the way and bring some Ausum magic into your cup.



Tangy notes


Organic Hibiscus and Nettle

Nutrition Facts Per 100ml*
Energy (Kcal/100g) Traces
Protein (%) Nil
Carbohydrates (%) Traces
Sugar (%) Traces
Added sugar Nil
Fat (%) Nil
*approximate values

Why is it good for you

Why drink herbal tea is a common question. The ingredients pack a great deal of goodness to add wholesome wellness for the body and mind so let’s look at the highlights

  • Hibiscus is a miraculous flower with great medicinal properties. It helps manage high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Keep your digestive and inflammatory problems in check while building a strong immune system. It is known to cure liver disease and reduce the risk of cancer. Pour yourself a cup of this tea to speed up metabolism and help in healthy, gradual weight loss. Hibiscus tea is rich in vitamin C, minerals and various antioxidants. The calming effect of the Hibiscus flower will aid in keeping you calm and anxiety free.

  • Nettle used in this herbal infusion are dried leaves of the Stinging Nettle plant. This miracle plant is packed with flavonoids, carotenoids, vitamins, and minerals. So expect some of these to transfer across into your daily cup. Its analgesic and anti-inflammatory abilities can help relieve symptoms of acne, eczema, irritation and other blemishes that harm the skin. It is also known to stimulate the kidneys and improve the health of the lower digestive tracts. Quite a popular choice to relieve pains and aches so reach out to this blend at your hour of need.

Experience AusumTea

Hot Brew

  • Add 1.5 teaspoons of blend to a cup of just boiled water and steep for 5-6 minutes.
  • Strain and serve.

Cold Brew

  • Add 1.5 teaspoons of blend to a cup of filtered, fresh water at room temperature.
  • Allow to steep in the refrigerator for 60 minutes.
  • Strain and store for up to 6 hours in a refrigerator at 1-5 degrees Celsius.


  • Add 2 teaspoons of blend to 60 ml of white spirit of your choice. Steep for 30 minutes.
  • Strain the liquor and use as a base for cocktails.


  • The fruity notes and tanginess of hibiscus pairs well with a decedent dessert like chocolate mousse.
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