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Hibiscus Flower

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There are more than 200 species of hibiscus, but we carry only the edible kind! Hibiscus is a flowering plant from the Malvaceae family, native to warm, tropical climates.

Hibiscus is often intercropped with peanuts and may produce a response in those with severe peanut allergies, read more about it here.

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The flavor of hibiscus petals is cranberry-like, sweet and slightly earthy. Although both the petals and leaves are edible, we carry the dehydrated petals which make flavorful teas or can be infused into oils. The petals can also be crumbled dry onto the tops of salads or rehydrated in soups, ice creams and sorbets.

Hibiscus Flowers Q&A

What are hibiscus flowers?

Hibiscus flowers are a flowering plant from the Malvaceae family, and there are over 200 species. We only carry the edible kind of hibiscus.

What can you do with hibiscus flowers?

Hibiscus flowers can be used to infuse oils and make teas. They're also commonly used as salad topping crumbles.

What pairs well with hibiscus?

Hibiscus pairs well with lavender, mint, rosemary, thyme and teas. Add to ice creams and sorbets!

How do you make hibiscus tea with dried flowers?

Make hibiscus tea with dried hibiscus flowers by boiling water & then adding flowers after reduced heat. Simmer for around 10 minutes, then strain. Add a sweetener if you want a sweeter tea. Serve on ice!

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