Infusion of organic Hibiscus flowers in Blackcurrant Juice
Hibiscus drink Sabdariffa, Bissap or Karkadé to drink as a mulled wine this winter and in cocktail or granita, from spring
It is a drink that offers many possibilities and nutritional benefits.
A 200ml glass will bring you only 32 kcal against 96 kcal for an orange juice (three times less sweet than a fruit juice) with recognized virtues of "defense" drink, blood pressure regulator and anti-inflammatory.
Hibiscus is a delight in non-alcoholic cocktail mode and in winter, we add spices as a healthy alternative to mulled wine (200ml of mulled wine = 200kcal!)
What is the origin of our hibiscus ?
They come from an agricultural cooperative in Burkina Fasso, certified organic by Ecocert and purchased in fair trade, under the FLO label (Fairtrade Labeling Organization).
Once the hibiscus flowers are harvested by hand, they are dried and then taken to Bobo Dioulasso. A women's group takes care of the very quick washing and second drying of the hibiscus.
Where do we drink Hibiscus?
In Africa we drink Bissap and in the East, Karkade, Martinique cultivates Redcurrant Country. The soothing virtues of these magnificent flowers are known everywhere.
We infuse the Hibiscus corollas to extract a tangy ruby nectar, then blended with the woody notes of blackcurrant juice.
Find out more about nutrition and ingredients
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Average nutritional values for 100 mL:
** No Added Sugars - Contains sugars naturally present in fruits
To be consumed as part of a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.