Hibiscus Mango Iced Tea
Hibiscus Mango Iced Tea
Hibiscus Mango Iced Tea
Hibiscus Mango Iced Tea
Hibiscus Mango Iced Tea
Hibiscus Mango Iced Tea
Hibiscus Mango Iced Tea

Hibiscus Mango Iced Tea


472 reviews

A bright mango forward infusion of juicy hibiscus flowers, orange peel and smooth rooibos. Caffeine-free for enjoyment any time of day. One sip and everything’s rosy.

Tasting Notes:

Raspberry, guava, cranberry

345 in stock
Regular price $14.99 Save $-14.99
Customer Reviews
4.3 Based on 472 Reviews
5 ★
4 ★
3 ★
2 ★
1 ★
Write a Review Ask a Question

Thank you for submitting a review!

Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!

Filter Reviews:
  • flavor
  • taste
  • color
  • teas
  • Ice Tea
  • mango
  • blend
  • sugar
  • Hibiscus Mango
  • friends
United States
I recommend this product


This has become our house tea for our own use and when we have guests. It has a beautiful color and the flavor is clean and fresh and delicious. My friends all seem to like it too.

Suzanne M.
United States United States
I recommend this product


This is devious fruity not sweet refreshing tea!

Jackie F.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Bright hibiscus flavor

I love this tea! I love the tart hibiscus flavor, and so many teas try to tone that down. This blend is perfect. It will definitely be my summer tea.

Melissa M.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Once a favorite now disappointing

We became hooked n this ice tea 2 years ago - I even took it on vacation with us. I ordered and went through the equivalent of 1 package of 12 a week during that time. I am so sad and disappointed that they changed the formula of what was a 5 star blend. I had no idea when I reordered 12 packages - I did not see the homepage banner saying it is now new and improved. I guess that depends on ones taste as we prefer the old blend and this one pales - literally - by comparison. The old tea had a rich hibiscus flavor that I had been unable to find outside of Mexico where we have a second home. The new one is bland and uninteresting - like many of the other hibiscus teas on the market I have tried. In the past when I served this tea guests always wanted refills and asked where to buy it. I served this version at a brunch a few days ago and no one asked for a refill and most people did not finish the first glass. I just cannot figure out how this is considered improved. I suspect it must be a supply issue of certain ingredients because I know of no other reason to change what was clearly a popular product. I will be looking into how to return the 11 unused bags.

Debbie E.
United States United States
I recommend this product


I love the tart and tangy flavor of this tea. It's so refreshing over ice!!


Hibiscus, orange peel, rooibos, black currant, mango and orange natural flavor.

Blend Numerology

No. 42: Flip side of our No. 24 Big Hibiscus


Bring spring or freshly drawn filtered water to a boil (212°F) and pour 2 cups over sachet.

Steep 5 minutes, discard sachet and top off to one quart with filtered water. 

Stir briskly and serve over ice.

To view our Iced Tea Brew Guide video, click here.

Prefer to cold steep? View our Cold Steeping Guide here.

  • Select an Ingredient:
  • Hibiscus Flowers
  • orange peel
  • rooibos

Hibiscus Flowers

Egyptian Botanical

Hibiscus flower is cultivated in many coutries around the world including China, Thailand and Egypt. We particularly like the Egyptian variety–it is brighter, fruitier and more exciting. High in vitamin C, hibiscus is tart, deep red, and slightly earthy with concord grape-like characteristics.


Egypt is one of the few countries with borders that stretch into two continents and is considered to be home to one of the three oldest civilizations. The Nile is the primary source of water for Egypt and much of the country's agriculture is situated near its banks. Hibiscus is harvested in the Fall.

Orange Peel

Citrus Fruit

Dried orange peel is a by-product of the most commonly grown fruit in the world. It has long been coveted in cooking and natural medicine for its bright flavor and health properties. When used in a tea application, dried orange peel adds body and subtle citrus notes that often bring balance to blends.


Turkey has a unique geographic location straddling Southwestern Asia and Southeastern Europe with deep cultural connections to ancient Greek, Persian, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires. It has long been a bridge between the Europe and Asia, making it a country of diverse cultures, beautiful natural landscape, devout tea drinkers and the most beautiful rugs in the world. Turkey happens to have the highest consumption of tea per capita. Rich in natural vegetation, historians date agriculturalism back to Turkey around 11,000 BC. Turkey is one of the world’s top fruit producers. Its regional differences in climate and soil type provide an optimum environment for fruit cultivation especially fruits such as pears, oranges and grapes.


South African Botanical

Rooibos, also known as red bush, is perhaps the most tea-like and naturally caffeine-free beverage in the world. During the 20th Century, red bush went from being a mostly indigenous drink of South Africa to a global commodity and a cash crop for the Clanwilliam district. Rooibos is also known to be high in antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins. Similar to tea, rooibos generally undergoes an oxidation process after the leaves are cut, when it develops a uniquely sweet and creamy flavor, without the astringency of black tea. It is a common alternative to coffee or tea because it also stands up well to milk and sugar and can be served in various forms quite easily (hot, iced, lattes, etc.). Rooibos can also be steamed after being picked to stop the oxidation process, which will keep it as green rooibos, a more vegetal and floral flavor than the more common red rooibos.


Clanwilliam is a small farming town of 7,000 nestled between the Cederburg Mountains and the Olifants River in Western Cape, South Africa and is ground zero for the world's supply of Rooibos and lead vocalists for Skid Row. Rooibos is harvested from January through April.