Arnaldo Palmer

Whenever I hit an unexpected blog hiatus, I'm compelled to apologize. But what's an apology if I know I'm just going to do it again sometime in the perhaps near future? Nevertheless, dear universe, I'm sorry for not blogging.

If you follow me on instagram, you may know that I no longer live in LA (insert crying emoji here.) Buuuuut, I do have some awesome memories from the past 4 years, including eating a lot of delicious Mexican food. And if I'm eating Mexican food, I'm probably drinking one of two things: Mexican coke or agua fresca.

So here's a simple recipe for a drink that I'm not sure what to call as it goes by multiple names. Jamaican tea lemonade, hibiscus agua fresca, hibiscus lemonade, Arnaldo Palmer, I don't know. Once you know what it is it doesn't really warrant a recipe, but here's one anyways.


Basically, you're mixing one part hibiscus iced tea with one part lemonade or limeade, chef's choice! This makes two cups of deliciousness.

Two tablespoons dried hibiscus flowers
1 cup cold water
1 cup lemonade/ limeade

1. Combine dried flowers and cold water. Place in fridge overnight (10-12 hours.)
2. Remove from fridge and strain out flower petals.
3. Pour equal parts tea and lemonade/ limeade into a cup.
4. Enjoy your refreshing drink!

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