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Spices: Desert Hibiscus


2.3 oz jar

Bright, fruity and tart, perfect for teas, infusions and cocktails. It's zingy, fruity, vibrant and tart and is at home in sweet and savory dishes alike. This finely milled, easy-to-use powder brings the gorgeous magenta color and bright, mildly astringent tartness of hibiscus to all sorts of muffins, pies, drinks, infusions and even rubs for meat and vegetables. Just a shake of this brilliant powder brings brightness and lightness to everything it touches!

Description: Burlap & Barrel's Desert Hibiscus is grown by a family of farmers in Fayoum, an ancient agricultural community in central Egypt. Hibiscus is one of the world's most beloved ingredients, and it's been used in virtually every tropical cuisine and to make tart, pink drinks for centuries. 

Origin: Fayoum Oasis, Egypt
Aliases: Sorrel, flor de Jamaica
Process: Sun-dried, then ground
Ingredients: Hibiscus flower petals (Hibiscus sabdariffa)
Tasting notes: Pomegranate • Rose Hips • Lambrusco
Pairs well with: Pemba Cloves, Sweet Allspice, Buffalo Ginger

COOKING TIPS: Steep in hot water to make tea. Add powder to muffins, scones or cookies. Infused in equal parts water and sugar for a gorgeous simple syrup. Add to rubs for a tart, bright note.

Burlap & Barrel

Burlap & Barrel is building new international spice supply chains that are equitable, transparent and traceable. We connect­ smallholder spice farmers to high-value markets, we educate consumers about the impact of product traceability on human rights, and we emphasize unique products with terroir that are grown biodynamically using traditional techniques. We work to end inequality and exploitation in food systems that disenfranchise skilled, serious artisans along the entire chain. Mainstream conversations around food sustainability rarely consider the people involved in growing, harvesting, transporting, processing and cooking food. Sustainability is discussed in terms of environmental impact, or the comfort of livestock providing meat, dairy or eggs. We believe that the standard measures of sustainability must evolve to consider the conditions in which the farmers who drive global food supply chains earn their livelihoods. Single origin ingredients draw attention to the unique environments in which incredible ingredients grow and to the farmers with the expertise and commitment to grow them well.

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