Making Life Delicious Since 1983

Hibiscus Syrup

The Hibiscus flower has been used for centuries for it’s medicinal properties but it’s tart refreshing taste also makes for a delicious cup of tea and it’s natural color adds so much to the glass or the plate. Steeping Hibiscus tea to make Syrup will be one of the tastiest and easiest treats to keep on your brunch table!


Serve over pancakes, on your cheese boards, use in your cocktails, sweeten your iced or hot tea, or even use as a glaze for chicken wings that as been rubbed with our Orange Pepper Seasoning!

Hibiscus Syrup

1 1/2 cups granulated sugar (10.6 oz/300g)
1 cup water (8oz/250 ml)
1/2 cup of hibiscus tea leaves

Combine all ingredients in a saucepan over medium heat.
Stir until sugar has dissolved, bringing to a boil then lower to a simmer and simmer for 20 minutes.
Remove from heat, cover with a lid, and steep for at least an hour.
Strain into jars or bottles and seal with air tight lids
This syrup will keep in your refrigerator for up to a month.
And best to keep chilled at all times.




And DID YOU KNOW you could save the hibiscus tea leaves you steep off the syrup? The leaves plump up and have a candied effect and are great for use on salads or use as you would raisins or dried cranberries in baking.









great photos, except the waffle and syrup that was ours 🙂 >>>  from the tasty website !

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