Hibiscus sabdariffa is a tropical plant native to North & East Africa and South East Asia and is noted for its large and colourful flowers.
Although there are several variations of hibiscus, it is the hibiscus sabdariffa that produces the edible products. The edible part of the sabdariffa used to make wine, juice or tea looks like reddish dried-up buds. In fact, they’re not flowers but calyces. It’s the calyx, the red, fleshy covering enclosing the flower’s seed pod, which is used for flavouring, cooking, food colouring and of course hibiscus wine. The flower of this variety of sabdariffa is yellow, white or light pink.
What a beautiful thing to be able to make your own natural and organic hibiscus wine as dry or sweet as you like and balanced perfectly to make it a delicious and young easy drinker.
Our ingredient kit includes everything you need to make a gallon of delicious organic hibiscus wine. Just add sugar and water.
Winemaking equipment/kit is required to make lavender wine
Organic hibiscus flowers
Red wine yeast
Other natural ingredients