This bright shining ruby is bold and sweet. It's called 'roselle' in Australia, 'sorrel' in Jamaica and Barbados, 'karkadé' in Egypt and Italy and 'Chai Torsh' in Iran. The pure effervescence of hibiscus tisanes has certainly earned its global appeal.
Tasting Journal Snippets:
Floral, slightly herbal fragrance.
2 to 4 minutes
An authentic blend of apple, cinnamon, hibiscus and marigold, this herbal infusion...
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