The sorrel plant is known throughout the world with different names. It is known as Hibiscus sabdariffa, roselle, red sorrel, African Mallow, Indian Sorrel, Jamaica Sorrel, and Flor de Jamaica, Karkade, Zobo, and Bissap. It is used in the Caribbean Islands and in many parts of Africa, the Middle East, and the Asia Sub-Continent.
One of the main uses of the sorrel plant is for beverages. The drink is prepared by steeping the outer skin of the red fruit, fresh or dried, into hot water which produces a rich tart red liquid.
New York Spice House is known for its quality of ingredients and we strive to bring you some of the best natural Hibiscus Flowers. Rest assured that we only sell high-quality dried Hibiscus sabdariffa flower petals so that you can enjoy the true taste of this amazing plant. Enjoy it hot or cold, or add it to any of your other favorite beverages, we know for sure that you will enjoy it.
Hibiscus flowers make a great herbal tea that can be drunk hot or cold. Making the tea is as simple as steeping dried hibiscus flowers into hot water. The taste is tart, and the flavor is similar to cranberries. It can be sweetened with a sweetener of your choice. You can also add ginger to give it a bit of a spicy taste or add some cinnamon, cloves, or bay leaves, as some people around the world do.
Steeping Guide: 1 TSP 200°F 3-5 Min
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Ingredients:Dried Hibiscus Flowers