Hibiscus syrup


Hibiscus syrup is made with beautiful hibiscus flowers, which give it a gorgeous bright red color and a floral tropical aroma.

If you have hibiscus tea, you can make your own hibiscus syrup. Start by making simple syrup the usual way: combine a cup of water and a cup of sugar in a pot, and bring to a boil while stirring constantly. When it’s completely clear, remove from heat and add a sachet of hibiscus tea. Steep for about five minutes, discard the sachet, and let cool. Store in a bottle or jar in the fridge for up to a few weeks.

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Cocktails that use Hibiscus syrup

Dick and Jane
Gin, Elderflower liqueur, Hibiscus syrup...
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Old Fashioned
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Sweet sherry, Passion fruit puree, Hibiscus syrup...
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