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You might assume that ‘Agua de Jamaica’ is a drink from the Caribbean, but it actually translates as ‘Hibiscus Water’ in Mexico and is a popular beverage drunk as a refreshing accompaniment to a midday meal. Sweet and tart at the same time, Hibiscus Water is traditionally made through a relatively long process of rehydrating and straining dried hibiscus flowers, but, thanks to Natur Boutique’s Organic Hibiscus Tea, it’s now super simple… All we need now is some Mexican sunshine! Natur Boutique’s Hibiscus Tea is available from Ocado, Amazon, Health Stores and naturboutique.co.uk. Please note: DO NOT USE if pregnant, breastfeeding, diabetic or suffering with low blood pressure.

Yields1 Serving
Prep Time2 minsCook Time10 minsTotal Time12 mins

 1 Hibicus Tea
 1 pinch Sugar
 5 ml Lime

1

Make a pot of hibiscus tea, allow to cool, sweeten to your taste with sugar, add a squeeze of lime (optional) and pour over ice for a refreshing non-alcoholic drink.

Ingredients

 1 Hibicus Tea
 1 pinch Sugar
 5 ml Lime

Directions

1

Make a pot of hibiscus tea, allow to cool, sweeten to your taste with sugar, add a squeeze of lime (optional) and pour over ice for a refreshing non-alcoholic drink.

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