Roselle of Okinawa
I received Roselle from Okinawa this morning. When dried, it is familiar as hibiscus tea. Roselle jam is also known.
This red color is very tropical and the shape is exotic. Well, how do you use it? Aimoto-san (the person who sent it), thank you very much! I'm going to Sapporo from now on. Kirin Afternoon Tea Seminar. I wonder if the temperature is low in Sapporo. I'm looking forward to it!