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Dried Hibiscus Mocktail

Dried Hibiscus Mocktail
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This refreshingly tart crimson red tisane is made from loose-leaf dried hibiscus flowers that are rich in powerful antioxidants, and may lower blood pressure and blood fat levels. Look for the dried flowers where pouches of Mexican herbs are sold; they’re sometimes labeled “flor de Jamaica.” Here, we infuse the tea with orange, star anise and orange peel. When combined with sparkling water, it makes a colorful, healthy alternative to alcoholic cocktails for “dry January” and beyond.

Enjoy a ton of flavor without added sugar or calories (thanks to monk fruit powder), perfect for managing sugar cravings post-holidays.

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