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Saturday, January 16, 2010

Sobolo Dried Hibiscus Flowers Red Tea

Sobolo Dried Hibiscus Flowers Red Tea


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Red is the most popular color used on flags in the world, it's also the international color for stop but you won't stop drinking Sobolo, a lively red Ghanaian tea made by steeping dried hibiscus flowers.

Prep time: Cook time: Total time:

Ingredients:
1 cup dried hibiscus flowers
4 cups high quality water
Sugar optional

Directions:

In a pot that has a tea diffuser add dried hibiscus. Pour water over the hibiscus. Wait for the hibiscus to infuse turning a beautiful brick red color, the time the flowers steep depends on your taste, longer brews for a richer taste, shorter for a lighter taste.

Ghana Sobolo Dried Hibiscus Flowers Tea photo by hapal

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