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No. 202 - Tropical Hibiscus Salt

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Roselle (Hibiscus Flowers, Rosa de Jamaica) a staple in Guatemalan cooking; Rosa de Jamaica Hibiscus is used for its flavor and vivid pink color. Our Tropical Hibiscus salt is a perfect addition to your kitchen, it can be used on salads and fruits, and even on meats - will add a note of tropical flavors to your cooking.

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Roselle (Hibiscus Flowers, Rosa de Jamaica) a staple in Guatemalan cooking; Rosa de Jamaica Hibiscus is used for its flavor and vivid pink color. Our Tropical Hibiscus salt is a perfect addition to your kitchen, it can be used on salads and fruits, and even on meats - will add a note of tropical flavors to your cooking. This salt is a Must for your bar, used as a drink rimmer on a Margarita or Martini, as it adds a salty tangy flare to your cocktails. Tropical Hibiscus Salad Dressing: pour a bit of balsamic vinegar in a small bowl, add a few shakes of Tropical Hibiscus Salt, and some honey, mix together with a fork, when the honey is blended into the balsamic / Hibiscus salt, drizzle in a good olive oil while suturing until the vinegar is blended with the Olive oil. Pour over your salad and enjoy. Flor de Jamaica (Hibiscus Flower): this beautiful flower of African origin was first introduced into Jamaica and from there to Mexico during the colonial era. Gaining popularity for its great taste and medicinal properties, its use spread to Central America, and the Caribbean. known also as the Jamaican Rose, this decorative flower is now widely used for health and pleasure. The drink, which is made from the actual dried flowers (blossoms) of the hibiscus plant, provides a delicious, mild tasting beverage of a rich red color, that may served as a hot tea or cold.

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Common Uses Finishing, Table & Cooking
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Product of: Jamaica