Tender and intense purple color The Bissap (Hibiscus sabdariffa), or sorrel of Guinea, is a shrub reaching 1 to 2 meters in height. With little foliage, the bissap provides pink flowers 7 to 10 centimeters in diameter becoming yellow inside. They will give fleshy chalices of green or bright red color. Of Sudanese origin, this plant was introduced in Senegal from the beginning of the 19th century.

The name bissap comes from its name Wolof (one of the languages ​​of Senegal) which has become an international trade name in front of other names remained localized.

The flowers and bissap leaves are consumed almost everywhere on the African continent.

It is said to have digestive, toning and diuretic properties.

Its red chalices, which have earned it its astonishing success, are used to make juices, syrups, infusions, sauces and jams.

All these products are characterized by their acidulous taste and their intense purple color.

Ingredients: 100% Bissap Powder

Weight 0.28 kg

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