The hibiscus flower comes from the roselle plant, the edible part being the calyx (the flowering part that holds the petals and protects the bud). The plant originally came from West Africa.
The hibiscus is commonly used to flavour tea and spirits, as well as in cocktails for garnish and flavour. It can give vibrant colours to your drinks. The flavour is tart and floral with fruity sour notes, with a mild modest fragrance. Hibiscus can be slightly sour, but can also become bitter when it is over-steeped.
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Common Name: Hibiscus/Rosella
Botanical Name: Hibiscus sabdariffa
Country of Origin: Egypt