Hibiscus Tea

Herbal hibiscus tea can be hot or cold, but in most restaurants it is a cold, crimson-colored refresher that is an alternative to caffeinated iced tea. It is especially popular on Mexican menus, where it is known as Jamaica and is sweetened enough to balance the tart nature of the hibiscus flower.

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AUGUSTA, GA

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