Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins
This is a variant of many Hibiscus Ginger tea recipes out there, except that most of them call for fresh ginger and this uses dried ginger for convenience. It's okay hot, but better chilled. Note: I have listed things in teaspoons because this website won't let me list it in parts, but it's technically in a ratio, so you can make whatever quantity you want.
- Place hibiscus flowers and ginger in a tea ball.
- Note: If you don't own a tea ball, then you can put the ingredients directly in the water and then strain out later.
- Place tea ball in hot water and steep for 10 minutes.