Sabdariffa Spritzer or Holiday Hibiscus

Sabdariffa Spritzer or Holiday Hibiscus

Holiday Hibiscus.  Looking for a fabulous iced tea drink for the 4th of July? I have one to share concocted from our hibiscus petals, botanical name sadariffa.

I had some hibiscus tea in the refrigerator and whilst I love this tea on its own I cannot drink that much of it. (and for those of you who don’t know me, I am a tea drinker!)

With the summer heat, I thought hibiscus would help keep me cool and give me all the other goodies Vitamin C, Calcium, Iron, Riboflavin, and antioxidant Anthocyanin.  Hibiscus really is a good package of benefits.Holiday Hibiscus petals made into a spritzer from Local Tea Company in Sartasota Florida

I also drink a lot of Seltzer water, so here is what I did. Filled my glass half full with Hibiscus tea, some ice and topped off with Seltzer. A twist of lime is good too. There you have HIBISCUS SPRITZER!

What a beautiful drink, so refreshing and I can drink lots more Hibiscus this way.  If you want to go all out use a martini glass, it looks brilliant.

Sip on a healthy, vibrant, non-alcoholic cocktail.  Holiday Hibiscus.

Cheers me dears.

Glynis

Category: Herbal Tea, Tea Journey, Tea Questions

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