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Pitcher Drinks: Hibiscus-Tequila Cooler

Drinks Elana Lepkowski 3 comments

A cocktail in a pitcher means more time outside relaxing and less time inside making drinks. Hibiscus gives this drink a tart and floral flavor and a gorgeous color. More

Hibiscus-Tequila Cooler

Serious Eats Elana Lepkowski 4 comments

A cocktail in a pitcher means more time outside relaxing and less time inside making drinks. Hibiscus gives this tequila drink a tart and floral flavor and a gorgeous color. More

Toasted Coconut Panna Cotta with Hibiscus and Pomegranate

Sweets Jenny McCoy Post a comment

This variation is one of the fanciest of my panna cotta recipes. It pairs the tropical flavor of coconut (which is my go-to at the end of winter when I'm so tired of apples, pears, and citrus fruits) with a bright fuschia-colored layer of hibiscus gelee and little gems of pomegranate seeds. More

Toasted Coconut Panna Cotta with Hibiscus and Pomegranate

Serious Eats Jenny McCoy 1 comment

This recipe for panna cotta takes a bit of advance planning in order to set the layer of hibiscus gelee and pomegranate over the top of the coconut custard, but is well worth the extra time. More

3 Delicious Aguas Frescas To Make At Home

Drinks Autumn Giles 3 comments

Aguas Frescas, which translate literally as "fresh waters," are iced drinks made from infusions of water and herbs, grains, fruits, or vegetables. They're perfect for this time of year because they practically beg to be sipped outside and they're very easily scaled up to make a refreshing pitcher drink. More

Hibiscus Agua Fresca with Chia

Serious Eats Autumn Giles 2 comments

Known as Agua de Flor de Jamaica or "hibiscus agua fresca" in the Americas, this drink is super-tart and the color is seriously stunning. More

Hillside Farmacy's House Punch

Serious Eats Melody Fury 1 comment

At first glance, it appears to be a simple combination of gin and grapefruit juice with a splash of sparkling wine. When one tastes more attentively, hibiscus tea's tart and floral nature come through. More

La Condesa's Alma Blanca

Serious Eats Melody Fury Post a comment

This playful fresh corn cocktail from La Condesa in Austin, Texas has a creamy texture and a creeping heat from the habanero-infused blanco tequila. It's their most popular signature drink. More

Party Punch: Hibiscus Rum Cooler

Drinks Maggie Hoffman 1 comment

This pitcher drink is tart and cooling, with bright, fresh mint and only the slightest whisper of rum. It's a sweaty-day punch based on tart, fragrant hibiscus tea—think of it as a hibiscus lemonade for grownups. More

Hibiscus Rum Cooler

Serious Eats Maggie Hoffman 3 comments

This pitcher drink is tart and cooling. More

Let Them Eat: Hibiscus Loaf Cake

Sweets María del Mar Sacasa 1 comment

I've enjoyed many an icy glass of agua de jamaica, that crimson beverage that's so popular in Mexico. But it wasn't until recently, when I've been finding myself in New York City's flower district on a nearly weekly basis, that I considered baking with the main ingredient: hibiscus. More

Hibiscus Loaf Cake

Serious Eats María del Mar Sacasa 1 comment

This beautiful cake gets its flavor from an unexpected source: hibiscus flowers. More

Guest Bartender Video: Make The Curly and The Turk with Christian Sanders from The Tippler, NYC

Drinks Maggie Hoffman 3 comments

This drink, from the recently opened New York bar The Tippler, was inspired by Rocket Pops from the ice cream trucks of childhood. Tippling Bros. co-founder Tad Carducci says the challenge was getting the cocktail to taste "something like an actual Rocket Pop, but with sophisticated, complex flavors as well." By layering a refreshing blend of gin, blue curacao, and lemon over a spicy homemade chile-hibiscus syrup, Carducci created a cocktail with great depth of flavor—and a bit of a sense of humor. More

Cider Cocktail: Young Buck

Serious Eats Chris Lehault 1 comment

The Young Buck combines semi-dry sparking cider and ginger beer for a cocktail that is full of flavor but light in alcohol. More

Scooped: Raspberry, Hibiscus, Lavender and Rose Sorbet

Serious Eats Ethan Frisch Post a comment

The key to a great Valentine's Day dessert is lightness. The lush, raspberry base is balanced beautifully with tart hibiscus, light rose sweetness and a hint of lavender at the finish. Sweet and clean with an underlying complexity, it's incredibly easy to make and the final product is a bright and beautiful pink. More

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