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Dried Hibiscus Flower

Order our dried hibiscus flowers by the pound or case from Oh! Nuts. We have added a touch of sugar to the sweet-tart taste of hibiscus flowers, which have been compared to cranberries in taste. Read More...

2 Dried Hibiscus Flower
Tangy Dried Hibiscus Flower
$10.39
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Order our light red or dark red dried hibiscus flowers, also called Jamaica flowers, in a one-lb. bag, a four-lb. bag or a 19.8-lb. case. They can be stored for up to a year in the original packaging or in separate airtight containers in a cook, dry cupboard.

Rich in Antioxidants

Because hibiscus flowers are rich in antioxidants and other good-for-you minerals, hibiscus flowers have long been a favorite addition to hot or iced teas. You will hear hibiscus flowers called sorrel in Trinidad and Tobago, and flor de Jamaica (Jamaica flower) in Jamaica.

Because they are naturally a rich red in color, ground dried hibiscus flowers have been added to drinks as a substitute for chemically produced red dyes. Our sugar-glazed dried hibiscus flowers are delicious alone. Dress up your next party treats or dessert platter with beautiful, edible dried hibiscus flowers from Oh! Nuts.

Speaking of flowers, have you tried our inexpensive chocolate roses individually wrapped in pink, red or lavender foil? They're delicious as any-occasion gifts or tropical dessert table flourishes.

About Dried Hibiscus Flowers:

  • Are dried hibiscus flowers healthy for you? Dried hibiscus flowers are high in calcium, iron, magnesium and other good-for-you minerals. Some report that hibiscus flowers have anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Do dried hibiscus flowers have added sugar? We add small amounts of sugar to enhance the cranberry-tart taste of hibiscus flowers.
  • How and how long should you store dried guava? You can store dried hibiscus flowers (in unopened original packaging or in an airtight container) for up to a year.
  • How do you soften/reconstitute/rehydrate dried hibiscus flowers? Soak in hot water, strain and use. Dried hibiscus flowers will naturally soften when added to hot tea.