Hibiscus flowers, set to steep in the sun for whole the day will make a refreshing beverage by dinnertime. This appealing hibiscus sun tea can be sweetened or not to your liking.
When you fall in love with the flavor, and plan on drinking it often, if you are not growing your own flowers free of serious chemical pesticides, make sure to gather your dried hibiscus flowers from suppliers who can trace their offerings to a high quality pesticide-free source. Sun tea pictured here was made in South Florida, USA. Scoche sells the hibiscus flowers in local Green Markets for now. She’ll be in the Downtown Boca Raton, Florida Green Markets for a few more Saturdays in May 2013. The Saturday, Boca Raton Market is on Federal Hwy, in the Royal Palm Plaza until 1pm. Sun Tea | just a scoche.