This Easy Hibiscus Lemonade will be your new favorite cool drink for warm weather. It’s so fresh and vibrant and… pink!
Hibiscus is called “Jamaica” in Spanish. The tea is served across Mexico as “Agua de Jamaica”. I’ve added a new level by making the hibiscus tea into a lemonade blend.
- Only 3 Ingredients!
- What Does Hibiscus Taste Like?
- Benefits of Hibiscus Tea
- How to Serve Hibiscus Lemonade
Only 3 Ingredients!
You will only need three ingredients to make this delicious summer-y drink! Frozen lemonade concentrate and dried hibiscus flowers. That’s it!
If you are unable to find culinary hibiscus near you, you can find it online at Rancho Gordo.
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What Does Hibiscus Taste Like?
Hibiscus has a little floral taste with a tangy twist of cranberry or pomegranate. It adds a delicious, refreshing flavor that helps to even out the tartness of the lemonade. You can thank me later.
Benefits of Hibiscus Tea
Hibiscus is full of antioxidants and fights inflammation. It’s great for you but don’t take my word for it. This Cleveland Clinic has a list of 7 Benefits of Hibiscus Tea.
How to Serve Hibiscus Lemonade
This is a delicious, refreshing drink that you will love on ice. Enjoy it while sitting outside in the shade. Make it anytime you would serve regular lemonade.
With its beautiful pink color, it will be great for a baby shower or gender reveal party.
Serve it with any of these recipes.
- Easy Chicken Birria Tacos
- Easy Mock Crab Ceviche
- Chipotle Barbacoa Beef Copycat
- Mango Avocado Salad
- Mayo Corn Salad
For another refreshing citrus beverage, try this Margarita Mocktail.
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- One-Gallon Pitcher
- Medium Saucepan with Lid
- 12 ounces Frozen Lemonade Concentrate, thawed in refrigerator
- ½ cup Dried Culinary Hibiscus Flowers
- Lemons, (optional)
- Open can and pour concentrate into pitcher. Add one can plus ⅓ can of water to pitcher. Do not discard can.
- Add 2 cans water to saucepan. Put on medium high heat to almost boiling. Remove from heat.
- Pour in dried hibiscus flowers and stir once. Place lid. Set aside to steep for 20 minutes.
- Strain out flowers and discard. Pour the remaining tea into pitcher. Stir.
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