Hibiscus Flower

Found in nearly all tropical climates, the roselle species of the hibiscus flower is the most common to be used for culinary purposes. Although it is also used in Middle-Eastern savory cooking, hibiscus is most popular in a variety of teas (herbal in particular) and other beverages. Known for imparting tart and fruity notes, hibiscus also yields a desirable red color.

Spice Fun Fact: Due to its unique fruity flavor, hibiscus is used in hot and cold beverages worldwide. Some popular options include: agua de Jamaica, sorrel, and many types of tea.



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