For a beautiful and definitely unique treat, try these candied Hibiscus flowers we found from our friends over at ThinkGeek.com.
Hibiscus flowers are often found in herbal teas. They have a bright lemony flavor, and turn any beverage a rich burgundy color. These have been candied in simple syrup, making them almost translucent.
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