The sorrel drink recipe below is super easy to make. If you can boil water and stir a cup you will have no problem at all. In Jamaica, Trinidad and throughout the English speaking Caribbean sorrel is served religiously at Christmastime. In recent years sorrel has shown up in tea bag form in many grocery stores. Made by steeping sorrel flowers in hot water for several hours, sorrel drink is then sweetened with sugar and flavored with ginger. Rum and aromatic spices such as orange peel or cloves are often added but are not required.
In recent years sorrel has become very popular in and outside the Caribbean. You can purchase sorrel drink already brewed or buy sorrel flowers dried and packaged in Jamaican restaurants and grocery stores where Caribbean foods are sold. If you cannot find sorrel where you live Amazon.com is your best bet for purchasing the dried petals. The remaining ingredients are all found easily in any local grocery store.