Fresh Hibiscus Fruit, 2 lb Case
Naturally grown, hand-harvested to order. Available this Fall for a limited time!
Fresh Hibiscus Fruit has many common names; Florida Cranberry, Sorrell, Jamaican Sorrell, Roselle, or botanically as Hibiscus sabdariffa. The fruit has a tart cranberry like flavor with the texture of an apple.
Hibiscus Fruit can be eaten fresh, used fresh or dehydrated for teas and fruit leather, distilled, fermented into beer and wine, used in marinades, or made into juice, jam, syrup, jelly, etc. It can even be used to make soap, beauty products, or natural dies. The possibilities are endless!
Petals are peeled from the seedpod like an orange, or plucked out with an olive corer before use. However, the seed pods are also valuable! They are rich in natural pectin and in vitamin e and can be very handy when making jam and jelly.