Jamaican Hibiscus Drink
Jamaican Recipe, The Frugal Gourmet "On Our Immigrant Ancestors" by Jeff Smith p 248.
Dried hibiscus blossoms
or to taste
In a 4 quart stainless steel or glass pot, bring the water to a boil. Add the hibiscus and ginger. Turn off the heat, then cover and steep for 4 hours. Strain and sweeten with sugar to taste. Chill and serve, or serve with good rum, the amount according to your taste. Makes 2 Quarts.
You can find dried hibiscus blossoms in Jamaican or Mexican markets, which are sometimes called sorrel blossoms.