Hibiscus Elderberry Tea

I enjoy both hibiscus and elderberry tea, and this tea brings together the taste and benefits of both!  Elderberries are packed with great immune benefits, and hibiscus has vitamin c and other support.

I buy dried elderberries either on Amazon, or locally grown in New York.

Dried hibiscus flowers can also be found online.


~ 16 oz water
2 tablespoons dried hibiscus flowers
1 tablespoon dried elderberries
~ Sweetener, if desired (I recommend local honey)


Heat 16 oz water in a small saucepan.

Simmer the hibiscus and elderberries for 10-15 minutes.

Strain, add sweetener if desired.

Allow to cool, and serve.


16 thoughts on “Hibiscus Elderberry Tea”

  1. I’ve never tried hibiscus. But I can’t have elderberry though. I’m on immunosuppressants to treat my Rheumatoid arthritis so I can’t have anything that enhances my immune system.

  2. The combination of hibiscus and elderberry not only sounds delicious but also brings the added benefit of supporting our immune systems. Your suggestion to use local honey as a sweetener is a fantastic idea, as it not only enhances the flavor but also adds its own array of potential health benefits.

  3. Love the color of this tea; and while I have had hibiscus tea, have not tried elderberry yet and am sure will enjoy it

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