Red Hibiscus

  • YIELD 6 to 8 servings
  • TIME 40 minutes, plus chilling



  1. Bring 2 quarts water to a boil in a medium stainless-steel pot.
  2. Add hibiscus flowers, and cinnamon, ginger and allspice berries, if using. Turn off heat and steep for at least 30 minutes.
  3. Strain mixture into a pitcher or bowl and cool to room temperature. Sweeten to taste. Serve chilled over ice, with lime wedges.
  4. TIP:  You can use whole hibiscus flowers or pieces, but if using pieces, steep for less time, tasting as you go, until it is your desired strength. If you wish, you can also dilute the drink with water to taste.



Hello sunny skies… we’ve been waiting for you! I’m on island time, enjoying the azure hues of the sea. In Greece, the drinks are as exotic as the cuisine. With the hot and humid weather, an icy afternoon refresher is an invitation I’ll never turn down! 

As we head into beach and picnic season, today’s new Red Hibiscus Punch Recipe goes hand-in-hand with summer, and is perfect to jazz up any outdoor occasion. 

In Mexico, they call it Agua de Jamaica. In the Caribbean, they call it sorrel. I simply call it delicious! This drink is made by simmering hibiscus blossoms, mixing in spices, and then chilling it on ice.  

The result? 

A bright ruby red, perfectly sweet beverage. 

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