It has a naturally sour like cranberry taste, but the strawberries compliment it so well. It’s a very pleasant juice for hot, sunny days.
When dried hibiscus flowers are steeped in hot water, the dark red hibiscus is called karkadeh / karkady in Arabic, and is popular in North Africa, particularly Egypt and Sudan. In Egypt and Sudan, wedding celebrations are traditionally toasted with a glass of hibiscus tea.
In West Africa, it’s known as bissap, tsoborodo or wonjo; bissap is called the ‘national drink of Senegal.’ Hibiscus is rich in antioxidants minerals and vitamin C.
Passionately Bissap goes really well with Prosecco and Gin.
Why not try some today!
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