Top down view of glass bowls with dried red rose petals, cinnamon sticks, ginger on a white plate, next to a paper cup with a red liquid.

Hibiscus Drink Station

Wednesday, Saturday, & Sunday
June 4–September 11, 2022

1–3 p.m. | At the African American Garden

Join us at the African American Garden to sample a healthy hibiscus drink, known by many names throughout different countries: Bissap in West Africa, flor de Jamaica in Central America, and sorrel throughout the Caribbean. The version served is called sorrel or “red drink” in African American tradition; a recipe from Dr. Jessica B. Harris that is made from dried hibiscus, cinnamon, cloves, and ginger.