Dried hibiscus flowers, also known as rosella or roselle, have an intense and complex perfume, similar to cranberries. Dried hibiscus flowers are most commonly steeped in just-boiled water and drunk like tea, thought to be high in antioxidants, and to help lower blood pressure.
Hibiscus flowers really come to life when used as a dessert or cocktail ingredient. Infuse in boiling water or sugar syrup, discard the flowers, and use the perfumed liquid in sorbets, jellies, or mixed with sparkling wine for summery, floral fizzes.
Ingredients: dried hibiscus flowers. Allergy Advice: May contain traces of peanuts.
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