This delicious acidulous drink is made from the red calyx of the bissap, sorrel of Guinea or carcadet. It is a very refreshing drink, toning since naturally rich in vitamin C.
The name Bissap comes from Wolof (the most spoken language in Senegal) in sub-Saharan Africa or from carcadet (Arabic karkandji) in Egypt.
The bissap is a herbaceous plant of the family of hibiscus, it grows in the savannah (tropical zone). The bissap is still called rose tea of Abyssinia or carcadet. The drink is obtained from the bright red flowers. Its flavor is tart with a scent of red fruit. The drink is very refreshing and promotes digestion. The bissap is very rich in vitamin C and antioxidant elements.
TREATMENT RECEIVED: hot pasteurization
COMPOSITION:Fruit pulp: 30%Water: 56%Sugar: 14%
STORAGE: at room temperature
DURATION OF STABILITY: 12 months
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: shake well before use and drink cool
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