These whole dried hibiscus flowers make a lovely refreshing tea that is a traditional drink in many countries around the world. They are often combined with other herbs, spices or fruit juices and they impart a cherry red colour and tasty tart flavour.
Store in a cool dry place away from sunlight.
These whole dried hibiscus flowers are most commonly used to make a light and refreshing tea that’s drunk hot or cold. Hibiscus tea is a traditional drink in many countries including Mexico where it’s known as flor de Jamaica and in lots of African regions. Dried hibiscus flowers are often combined with other herbs, spices or fruit juices to create fantastic taste fusions. They have a bright, cherry-red colour and tart flavour.
How to make hibiscus tea from dried flowers
1. Use 1 ½ teaspoons of hibiscus tea to 1 cup of water.
2. Boil the kettle and let it cool for thirty seconds before pouring over the dried hibiscus flowers.
3. Allow to brew for five minutes.
4. Pour the tea through a strainer into a mug and enjoy
1. Use 1 ½ teaspoons of hibiscus tea to 1 cup of water. Add extra if you like it stronger.
2. Add cold or room temperature water.
3. Cover and put in the refrigerator for at least 12 hours and up to 24.
4. Serve with ice.
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