Nourishing Hibiscus Coconut Milk Tea

August 29, 2019

Did you read how good hibiscus is for you? If not, you should definitely check out this blog post from Licensed Acupuncturist, Kiya Hunter. 

Kiya shares, "From a Traditional Chinese Medicine perspective, the Hibiscus tea nourishes the Kidneys - which helps with the urinary + reproductive systems. It is categorized as “sour” - so it stimulates digestion. Hibiscus is also ‘cool’ in nature which relieves symptoms of heat and helps balance out heavy sweating."

We LOVE adding hibiscus to almost all of our yummy drink recipes. If you've been to one of our summer pop ups at the SAN Center, you've probably gotten to taste one of our delicious drinks with hibiscus!! Since many of you aren't local to Phoenix, I thought it would be fun to share one of the recipes that we shared at our Elixir Bar Pop-Ups during the month of August!

Makes 4 drinks


  • 16 oz hibiscus tea
  • 1 can light coconut milk
  • ½ cup pineapple juice
  • sweetener of choice to taste
  • LOTUSWEI Shell Ginger Elixir
  • Lime wedge, edible flower + mint, for garnish


  1. Start by steeping 2 tablespoon of dried hibiscus flowers in 16 oz hot water.  Steep for 5-6 minutes, strain hibiscus + set aside to cool
  2. In a pitcher combine all ingredients and gently stir. Sweeten with your sweetener of choice if needed, then add 5 drops of your LOTUSWEI Shell Ginger Elixir
  3. Serve in 4 of your favorite drinking glasses and garnish with a lime wedge, sprig of fresh mint + edible flowers. 

Hibiscus Coconut Milk Tea

You can add ice to your drink if you wish, but we recommend drinking at room temperature.

Love + hibiscus flowers

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