Fizzy hibiscus lemonade recipe

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I once had this lemonade at a restaurant and it was so good that I tried to make it exactly like that at home.

2 people made this

IngredientsServes: 8

  • 4 to 5 teaspoons dried hibiscus flowers
  • 1L boiling water
  • granulated sugar to taste
  • 500ml sparkling water, chilled

MethodPrep:10min ›Extra time:10hr › Ready in:10hr10min

  1. Pour water over hibiscus leaves in teapot, Steep for 10 minutes, pour through a strainer and sweeten to taste. aufbrühen. Let cool then refrigerate for several hours until well chiled.
  2. Mix with sparkling water and add more sugar to taste. Stir well to dissolve sugar.

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I’ve indulged in my fair share of cocktails this year, but sometimes, I just want a fun, fizzy, non-alcoholic drink. Something cold to savor on a hot afternoon, or an enticing alternative to chilled wine in the evening. Something party-worthy to offer my friends and family members, and all the cute kids who come with them.

This beauty is refreshing and hydrating, and so colorful that it makes a slow afternoon seem downright festive. The outrageous pink color comes from hibiscus tea, which is easy to find at the grocery store if you look for Tazo’s “Passion” blend.

Once the tea has had a chance to cool, we’ll fill our glasses (or a pitcher) with ice. We’ll finish off these drinks with some honey simple syrup (as little or as much as you want), a squeeze of fresh lime juice, and a gentle glug of Topo Chico, the finest of sparkling waters. This hibiscus drink is a fun spin on agua de Jamaica (hibiscus iced tea commonly served in Mexico).

I’ve been on a Topo Chico kick this summer, but really, any sparkling water will do. The end result is full of flavor, lightly sweet, and irresistibly bubbly.

A note on pregnancy safety: Hibiscus is considered potentially unsafe for pregnancy, so out of an abundance of caution, I would not recommend this mocktail if you are expecting.

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The word “mocktail” makes me cringe a little, but this drink? It makes me happy. My issue with mocktails, beyond the name, is that they tend to be sugary sweet. Copious amounts of sugar or soda have always seemed unnecessary, especially since these drinks lack the bite of alcohol.

This mocktail recipe is closer to a homemade LaCroix than a 1950s punch. I wish I could order low-calorie drinks like this at coffee shops, when it’s too late in the day for coffee. In fact, I’d venture to say that we could use more light, fizzy drinks like this right now—what do you say?

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Nothing is better than an afternoon spent in a shade on a terrace with an ice-cooled drink in a hand. When summer heat strikes many people reach out for a cooling store-bought beverage that is usually loaded with added sugars and artificial flavors.

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Let’s face it…this summer, especially over the past two weeks, the heat has been relentless! I am pretty sure today will be our third or fourth day at 109 degrees or more. These hot Texas days call for a bright and refreshing beverage that the whole family can enjoy. Hibiscus Lemonade Coolers are just we need on a hot day to put a little pep back in our step! Tart, sweet, full of minerals and antioxidants, a little fizzy and completely refreshing, this drink is a snap to whip and just what you need to brighten your day!

I’m sure you have seen or heard about hibiscus tea…or maybe even tried it. On its own hibiscus tea is somewhat tart, like cranberry juice. It has a ton of amazing health benefits like helping with high blood pressure or high cholesterol. Other possible health benefits include help with inflammatory, digestive, and immune issues, as well as helping in speeding up your metabolism. Chocked full of vitamin C, minerals and antioxidants, this is one beverage that can pack a big punch!

Maddie loves coming up with new summer drinks…we always seem to be working outside and enjoying a big glass of iced green tea is one of our favorite ways to cool off….but every once in a while she experiments with something new! This is definitely a favorite, not only because its sugar free and tastes amazing, but its gorgeous to look at…that ruby red color just puts a smile on my face!

For this Hibiscus Lemonade Cooler, we used an herbal tea blend with hibiscus flowers, orange peel, rose hips, lemon grass made by Tazo called Passion. You can typically find it at your local grocery store or order it here. It’s a great tea to have around in the winter months as well and one we have on had all the time! You can use just hibiscus flowers to brew your tea as well if available!

Hibiscus tea, fresh lemon, a little sweetener topped off with sparkling mineral water for a little refreshing fizz, this Hibiscus Lemonade Cooler could not be easier to make! We recommend keeping a batch in the fridge so it’s nice and chilled down when you’re ready to enjoy a glass…or two!

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This is a really easy and good recipe for hard lemonade. It is a lot stronger than Mike's.

Ingredients (makes 6-7 gallons):

- 12 cans preservative-free Lemonade concentrate (I use Nature's best
brand from Aldi's cause it is cheap, Minute Maid is another option)
- 1 lb Extra light or Pilsen Light Dry Malt Extract
- 2.5 lbs corn sugar
- Yeast nutrient
- Potassium Sorbate
- Appx 8 cups regular cane sugar

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In a 2.5+ gal brew pot, combine 1 lb Pilsen Light Dry Malt Extract (DME) with 3 lbs corn sugar to appx 2 gal boiling water. This will give you appx 9% abv when finished. To increase alcohol, increase sugar and/or DME, use less sugar to lower ABV). Stir until completely disolved Remove from heat, and 7 tsp yeast nutrient.

Combine wort in large plastic fermentor bucket with 10 cans lemonade concentrate, and enough cold water to fill bucket to bring total volume to 6 gal. Make sure temp is between 65 - 75 degrees, and take initial hydrometer reading. Pitch in your yeast starter. Put lid and airlock on fermentor and allow to ferment at room temp.

You should see steady fermentation within 2 -3 days, that will last 1-2 weeks. Allow to ferment completely out before attempting to bottle.

Take hydrometer reading. You should be right around .998 &#8211 1.002 specific gravity.

In a large sauce pan, add 8 cups cane sugar (or to taste), 2 cans Lemonade concentrate, and 3 cups water and, stirring continuously, bring to a simmer. Remove from heat, and disolve 3.5 tsp potassium sorbate. Add lemon/sugar/sorbate solution to a 7 gal bottling bucket. Rack fermented lemonade from carboy into bottling bucket with the sorbate solution, stirring thoroughly.

You can bottle in beer or wine bottles, or you can keg. Even with the sorbate, you will probably get a little bit of carbonation as it sits, but it is usually not enough to pop a cork. I usually keg, and force carbonate.

It is ready to drink on bottling day.


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Not quite that much, I usually do a few small dashes out of the container of nutrient.

Also, to answer oscarjets' question, yes you could! You could use any of the concentrates and make something similiar to wine coolers if you wanted to. The acidity of the lemonade is quite a bit so if you used maybe a fruit punch, it wouldnt be as much. Either way, having healthy yeast is important in any fermentation so I would still "prep" the yeast as in the recipe.


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I tried something that worked great with my recent batch of hard lemonade. So I thought I'd pass it on.

Originally, I wanted to flavor part of the batch with hibiscus. I tasted Revolution Brewery's Rosa a few weeks ago, and loved the hibiscus flavor. So why not try it with my latest batch of hard lemonade, especially since I was out of town and left it in the primary too long (got a bit yeasty tasting).

I bought a pound of hibiscus flowers and heated about half of them with three cups of water. I let it come to a boil for about one minute, and then turned off the heat and let it cool to room temp. I put it in the fridge for a few hours. Then I racked my primary into a gallon jug (filled it to about 90%), and then added a half cup or so of the hibiscus concentrate. There was still alot of yeast suspended in the liquid. I figured I'd rack the mixture after I mixed it and let it sit for a while.

And then an amazing thing happened. In about 30 minutes, the yeast completely clumped (flocullated) and settled to the bottom. I was floored. I quickly racked off the cleared lemonade on top into a clean container, and then used the remaining concentrate to clarify the rest of the skeeter pee I had made in another container. It worked there too.

I didn't taste a strong hibiscus flavor, but adding the concentrate was an excellent way to clarify the lemonade and made it a pretty red/pink color.

Just thought I'd pass this along. Next time, I'm going to do one of two things (in addition to racking out of my primary sooner). First, I may use less concentrate to just get the cool color. Second, I'm going to try a commercial concentrate to see if I can't get an actual hibiscus flavor. I might even put the flowers directly into the secondary for a few days to see if that works.

I'd welcome anyone with any ideas to let me know if they have had any similar experiences.

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While the Teavana chain of tea shops no longer exist (so sad), the Teavana brand of tea lives on. In fact, Starbucks owns Teavana and that’s the brand they use for all their iced teas and hot teas.

Since we can’t get our hands on Teavana Passion Tango, most online copycat recipes recommend using Tazo Passion tea bags. And actually, I do too, but with a few tweeks.

Don’t get me wrong, simply combining passion tea and lemonade, creates a tasty ice cold drink. However, its flavor won’t quite be the same as the one you get from Starbucks, if that’s what you’re after.

This is the case since the Teavana Passion Tango herbal tea blend has a few additional ingredients compared to the Tazo Passion blend. Take a look at the table below. You can see that even though the Teavana and Tazo ingredients are similar, they’re not identical.

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Also known as the Jamaican Rose, Roselle or Jamaican flower, it is a flower of African origin (Hibiscus sabdariffa) of the Malvaceae family. It can be used both in cold drinks like this Jamaican water, and in hot drinks like Jamaican tea.

It has a slightly sour taste, similar to that of blueberry, so it is added sugar to soften it. Once sweet it tastes fresh and exquisite.

As mentioned, Agua de jamaica aka Jamaica water or hibiscus water is an infusion based on hibiscus flower. You can brew it in hot water like a tea or make a cold brew, which would result in slightly weaker extraction, but it’s still very nice to drink.

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Its beautiful red color, goes very well with decorations, especially in those where we need water of three colors (colors of the Mexican flag) green, white and red.

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