It is also called hibiscus flower, Rosella in Australia or Jamaica sorrel in the Islands, Flor de Jamaica’ in Mexico. Middle Eastern, and African countries in Nigeria it is called Zobo drink, Bissap in Ivory Coast, Mali, Senegal… It has a tart cranberry flavor. This amazing flower has been used all over the world. Part of welcoming drinks in West Africa Sweet and sour taste is said to be an anti-inflammatory, protecting the body from oxidative damages. Refreshing, it will enhance your taste buds.
Sorrel Tea unsweetened
Ancient spice from Egypt and France, this Island’s Hibiscus flower is infused as a tea. Flavored with fresh lime and mint this Tea is a journey to the heart of flavors
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