Hibiscus Key Lime Tea Bags

Hibiscus Key Lime Tea Bags
Key Lime Hibiscus Tea Bags

The seductive flavors of the tropics emerge like a soft, warm breeze with every sip of this tangy hibiscus tea. Nigerian Hibiscus mingles with a squeeze of refreshing key lime, hints of lively rosehips and naturally sweet apples.

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More About This Product

Do not use during pregnancy or lactation without the advice of a healthcare practitioner.


This herbal blend is naturally caffeine-free. More about caffeine.

Steeping Instructions

Steeping herbal tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 5-7 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.


Hibiscus (flower), rosehips (fruit), apple (fruit), stevia (leaf), lemon bits (fruit). Other Ingredients: Natural lime and lemon flavors



Country of Origin


  • 4 Stars
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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...

5 Stars

Great taste! March 29, 2014


Morganton, NC

One of the best fruity teas I have had. The only problem with it...it seems to never last long in this house! Everyone loves the taste!

5 Stars

Hibiscus Key Lime March 13, 2014


Staten Island, NY

Delicious and refreshing hot and cold. I love the lime, not too tart.

4 Stars

Pretty good January 30, 2014


Fall River, MA

The tastes of hibiscus and lime blend pretty well. I'd like to have a brighter lime flavor (like, well, Key Limes rather than standard Limes), but it is a good tea. I did not find this tea too sweet - but a good balance of sweet and tart

5 Stars

great gift! January 02, 2014

Alex S.

Altoona, PA

Xmas gift for my mom. She is a long time lover of this tea, as well as most all of the teas she's tried from the republic. This will always be a reliable gift in the future as well. Thanks for the fast shipping!

5 Stars

Luv hibiscus teas October 21, 2013


Phx, AZ

That being said, I was disappointed in this tea. Normally I love anything attached to "key lime," this time not so much. It tasted too artificial. The reason I'm giving it 5 teapots instead of less is that I mixed it w/pineapple hibiscus & it totally morphed into a delectable pot of deliciousness! I tried it again w/coconut hibiscus, success!! I know others love this on it's own & I'm not one, but using it w/other hibiscus teas makes it worth keeping.
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